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Biographical entry Gardner, David

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Embryologist

Summary

David Gardner is a world-renowned embryologist whose research has laid the foundation for major clinical developments in human IVF. His work focuses on the metabolism and physiology of the preimplantation mammalian embryo. In 2015 he became Research Professor in the University of Melbourne's School of BioSciences.

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1984 -
Career position - Member, Society for the Study of Fertility, United Kingdom
1984
Award - Science and Engineering Research Council Scholarship
1984
Education - BSc (hons), University of York, United Kingdom
1987
Education - PhD, University of York, United Kingdom
1988
Career position - Fellow of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Harvard Medical School, Boston Massachusetts, U.S.A.
1988
Award - Travelling Scholarship, Agricultural and Food Research Council
1989 -
Career position - Member, Australian Society for Reproductive Biology
1991
Award - Junior Scientist Award, Australian Society for Reproductive Biology
1993 -
Career position - Member, Society for the Study of Reproduction, U.S.A.
1994 -
Career position - Member, International Embryo Transfer Society
1994
Award - Australian Research Council Fellowship
1997 -
Career position - Member, American Society for Reproductive Medicine
1997 -
Career position - Member, European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology
1997 - 2007
Career position - Scientific Director, Colorado Centre for Reproductive Medicine, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
2002
Career position - Visiting Professor, University of Zhongshan, China
2005
Award - Robert Edwards Scientific Achievement Award, American Fertility Association
2006
Award - Earl Plunkett Lecturer, University of Western Ontario, Canada
2007 - 2014
Career position - Professor of Zoology, University of Melbourne
2009 - 2014
Career position - Head of Department of Zoology, University of Melbourne
2015 -
Career position - Research Professor, School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne
2017 -
Award - Fellow, Australian Academy of Science
2017
Award - Distinguished Researcher Award, American Society for Reproductive Biology

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Helen Cohn