Laboratory head - Atomic Pathology Laboratory
Associate Professor Dominic Hare
PhD, BSc (Hons), CChem, FRSC

Dominic recieved a PhD in chemistry from the University of Technology Sydney in 2009, and has since dedicated his career to studying the biochemistry of metals in neurodegenerative diseases. His passion is bringing together multidisciplinary scientists to answer real world problems, recognising that discoveries are rarely made by one person alone. He has developed a wide network of collaborators to not only help paint a picture of metals in the brain throughout life, but also apply cutting-edge analytical technology to new and exciting avenues of disease research.

Awards and achievements

- 2019 Emerging Leader in Atomic Spectroscopy Award, Spectroscopy Magazine (2018)
- Australian Institute of Policy and Science Victorian Tall Poppy Award (2017)
- NHMRC Research Excellence Award for Highest Ranked Industry Career Development Fellowship Level 1 (2017)
- Outstanding Reviewer for Metallomics, Royal Society of Chemistry (2016; 2017)
- Emerging Investigator for Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry (2016)
- University of Technology Sydney Vice Chancellor’s Award for Research Excellence: Research Excellence Through Collaboration (2015)
- Florey Postdoctoral Association Best Review Award (2015)
- France-Australia Science Innovation Collaboration Fellowship, Australian Academy of Science (2014)
- UTS Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2014-2016)
- Shortlisted for Royal Society of Chemistry Joseph Black Award (2011)

Key collaborators:

- Professor David Devos, University of Lille, France; and the FAIR PARK II Clinical Trial 
- Associate Professor Kay Double, Brain and Mind Centre at the University of Sydney 
- Associate Professor Peter Crouch, The University of Melbourne 

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