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Professor Andrew Munro (BSc, PhD) - personal details

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Professor Andrew Munro

Role: Professor

Tel: +44161 306 5151

Location: Faculty of Life Sciences,3.026 John Garside Building, 131 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 7DN




2005-present: Professor of Molecular Enzymology, Faculty of Life Sciences (University of Manchester)

2003-2005: Professor of Biochemistry (University of Leicester)

2002-2003: Reader in Enzymology (University of Leicester)

2001-2002: Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry (University of Leicester)

1999-2001: Lecturer in Pure and Applied Chemistry/Biosciences (University of Strathclyde), and Royal Society of Edinburgh CRF Research Fellow

1996-1998: Royal Society of Edinburgh CRF Research Fellow (Department of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh)

1991-1995: Postdoctoral Researcher (Department of Biochemistry, University of Glasgow)

1991: PhD, Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Aberdeen

1987: BSc (Hons), Biochemistry, University of Aberdeen


Awards and Professional Roles

Royal Society Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellow (2005-2006)

Royal Society of Edinburgh Caledonian Research Foundation Research Fellow (1996-1999)

Darwin Trust Research Fellow (1998)

Honorary Research Fellowship (University of Edinburgh) (1999-2002)

Editor for Biochemical Journal (2003-2011)

Editor for Journal of Biological Chemistry (2008-)

Editor for Biophysical Chemistry (2004-)


Committee Member, BBSRC Biochemistry and Cell Biology and Molecules, Cells and Industrial Biotechnology Panels (2008-2010)

Funding Panel Member, Royal Society International Grants (2005-9).

Deputy Chair, Biochemistry Theme Panel VI (Biotechnology and Bioinformatics)

Committee member, Inorganic Biochemistry Discussion Group (2007-)

External Course Examiner, Department of Biosciences (Biochemistry, Biology and Forensic Biology), University of Kent (2006-2011)