8 May 2015

Professor Harshal Nandurkar becomes new Director of the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases

Professor Harshal Nandurkar has been appointed as Director of the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases (ACBD), its first after the inaugural Director, Professor Hatem Salem AM, retired at the end of 2012. He has also been appointed as Director of the Alfred Health's Haematology department.

Prof Nandurkar  is a clinician-researcher trained at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and Department of Biochemistry, Monash University. Up to now, he has been based at the University of Melbourne for his research and St Vincents for clinical practice. His clinical interests cover all areas of haematology including blood malignancies, bleeding and clotting disorders. He provides inpatient care at Alfred Health and Monash Medical Centre, Clayton.

Prof Nandurkar will be supervising a basic science research program in the areas of thrombosis and genetics of blood cancer at the ACBD.

See: http://www.acbd.monash.org/research/vascularbiologygroup.html
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