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Julio Licinio, Professor, AUSTRALIA

Dr Licinio is a Head of Translational Medicine and Director John Curtin School of Medical Research, The Australian National University. Dr Licinio mainly works on immunology, neuroscience, hormones, metabolic disease, mood disorders, and genomics. Dr Licinio is a pioneer in the development of translational medicine and founded and directed the UCLA Graduate Training Program in Translational and Clinical Investigation, the UCLA Mentored Clinical Pharmacology Research Scholars Program, and the UCLA Clinical Pharmacology Training Program. He developed these programs as a joint effort between four medical centres in Los Angeles (UCLA, Harbbor-UCLA, King-Drew and Cedars-Sinai), and seven Schools in three institutions (the UCLA Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health, Nursing, College of Letters and Sciences, Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science and RAND Graduate School). He was also Associate Program Director of the UCLA General Clinical Research Center, and with Ma-Li Wong he founded UCLA’s Center for Pharmacogenomics. In 2005-2010 he was a member of the US Secretary of Health and Human Services Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health and Society (SACGHS). Dr Licinio is currently the Chair of the Scientific Program Committee of the American Psychiatric Association. Dr Licinio’s research interests at ANU are translational research in endocrinology and neuroimmunology applied to obesity and depression, pharmacogenomics and genetics of depression and genetics of obesity.
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