|Role||Affiliate Postdoctoral Fellow|
|Project||Understanding the molecular machinery surrounding Casein Kinase 1d/e and developing inhibitors as therapeutics for lung fibrosis|
|Node||University of Melbourne|
|Supervisor/s||Professor Alastair Stewart|
- PhD in Pharmacology (2018) – The National University of Singapore
Daniel obtained his PhD in 2018 from the National University of Singapore, Department of Pharmacology. He worked with Professor Fred Wong to elucidate anti-inflammatory and antioxidative properties of natural products for development as therapeutics in chronic inflammatory lung diseases. Following that, Daniel joined Laureate Professor Paul Foster and Dr Hock Tay at the Hunter Medical Research Institute to study the effect of dietary supplementations in modulating lung allergy and infection. Currently, Daniel is working with Professor Alastair Stewart to understand the molecular machinery surrounding Casein Kinase 1d/e and to develop inhibitors as therapeutics for lung fibrosis.