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Dr Simon Drew

Laboratory Head, Biophysics Laboratory — Neurodegeneration

Dr Drew's research aims to characterise the properties of proteins involved in neurodegenerative diseases, including their interaction with metal ions, membranes and free radicals. By first studying model systems in detail, hypotheses are generated regarding biological function that are tested in vitro and in vivo. Dr Drew graduated with a PhD in physics in 2002 under a Monash Graduate Scholarship, followed by postdoctoral training in medical imaging (MRI) from 2002ā€“2004 and bioinorganic chemistry (2004ā€“2006) at the University of Queensland. From 2006ā€“2009 he worked as research fellow in the Department of Pathology, The University of Melbourne, then as a postdoctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Bioinorganic Chemistry, Germany, from 2010-2011. He is currently an ARC Future Fellow.

Research Papers

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The Case for Abandoning Therapeutic Chelation of Copper Ions Alzheimer's Disease

Journal

Frontiers In Neuroscience

Volume

11

Begin Page

Date

2/6/2017

Author(s)

Simon C Drew
Systematically Studying the Effect of Fluoride on the Properties of Cyclophanes Bearing Naphthalene Diimide and Dialkoxyaryl Groups

Journal

Chemistry-an Asian Journal

Volume

12

Begin Page

1668

Date

4/7/2017

Author(s)

Nicholas A Young, Simon C Drew, Subashani Maniam, Steven J Langford

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Qualifications

Listed below are Dr Simon Drew's qualifications.
  • BSc(hons)
  • PhD