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Name  Nadia Rosenthal
Role  University Professor
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Born  February 21, 1953 (age 62) USA (1953-02-21)
Institutions  European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Imperial College, London, Jackson Laboratory
Positions  Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute
Education  Harvard University, Harvard Medical School

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Professor Nadia A. Rosenthal FMedSci is a scientist who specializes in heart development related research. Rosenthal began her undergraduate degree at the University of Wales and then transferred to Harvard. She received her PhD from Harvard Medical School and was an Associate Professor of Biochemistry at Boston University and an Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School before transferring to the European Molecular Biology Laboratory where she replaced Klaus Rajewsky who had just gone to work at Harvard Medical School. In 2006, she presented the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Holiday Lectures together with Douglas A. Melton. She is the editor-in-chief of Differentiation.

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Since 2008, Rosenthal has served as Director of the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute, based at Monash University in Melbourne. Since 2014, she has served as scientific director of the Jackson Laboratory.

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Rosenthal is the daughter of Laurence Rosenthal, and she is married to Alan Sawyer, who also worked at EMBL.

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