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Anthony W. Ashton, PhD

Resident Faculty
Professor

Dr Ashton’s research program seeks to understand the role of alternate splicing (and the structurally diverse proteins it creates) in the pathogenesis of disease. These data have implications for how we treat multiple diseases, but his team’s disease foci are cancer, cardiovascular disease, reproduction, asthma and aging.

APPOINTMENTS

2020-present Professor, Program in Cardiovascular Medicine at LIMR (joint appointment with the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute)

2007-2020 — Scientific Director, Division of Perinatal Research, Kolling Institute for Medical Research, University of Sydney

2006-2020 — Senior Lecturer, R.D. Wright Research Scientist, Kolling Medical Research Institute

2006-2020 — Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine