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multi-organism approach
maternal-embryonic interaction
membrane trafficking
inter-tissue communication
organismal heme transport
macrophage heme recycling

More about Professor Hamza

Education:

  • 2010-2011 Sabbatical, Genetics and Molecular Biology Branch, NHGRI/NIH;  Dr. Paul Liu
  • 1997-2002 Postdoctoral Fellow, Washington University School of Medicine; Mentor: Dr. Jonathan Gitlin
  • 1991-1997 Ph.D., Biochemistry, SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine; Mentor: Dr. Mark O'Brian
  • 1985-1991 B.Sc. & M.Sc., Biochemistry, University of Bombay, India

Honors:

  • 2019  Chair, Gordon Research Conference, Cell Biology of Metals
  • 2018  Chair, Gordon Research Conference, Chemistry and Biology of Tetrapyrroles
  • 2012-16 Standing Member, Integrative Nutrition and Metabolic Processes Study Section, NIH
  • 2012 Invited Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  • 2011 Faculty Excellence Award, AGNR, University of Maryland
  • 2011 Excellence in Research, 44th Annual Alumni Awards Celebration, AGNR, University of Maryland
  • 2010 Kirwan Faculty Research and Scholarship Prize
  • 2010 Best Inventor Pitch, Professor Venture Fair, University of Maryland
  • 2006 Junior Faculty Excellence Award, AGNR, University of Maryland
  • 2005 Outstanding Invention of 2004, University of Maryland
  • 2003 Member of Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society
  • 2002 NIH K01 Research Career Development Award, NIDDK
  • 2001 Top 30 Outstanding Alumni, Canada World Youth, Montreal, Canada
  • 2000 NIH Post-Doctoral NRSA Fellowship, NHLBI
  • 1987 Duke of Edinburgh's Award Silver Standard

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