Professor of Vascular Cell Biology, Glasgow Caledonian University

Professor Ann Graham has published extensively in the area of vascular research and analysis of dysregulated cellular lipoprotein metabolism. She started her postdoctoral career working in industry on cardiovascular targets at Wellcome Research Laboratories, before taking up a British Heart Foundation Fellowship (Intermediate) at the Royal Free School of Medicine in London; her first tenured post was as Lecturer in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Royal Free and University College London where she established a thriving research group funded by Leverhulme Trust, British Diabetic Association and BBSRC/CASE awards. Over the last ten years at GCU, Professor Graham, has worked on the role of intracellular lipid transporters in health and disease, principally funded by grants from Alzheimer's Research UK, the British Heart Foundation, Diabetes UK and Heart Research UK. She was instrumental in establishing the Diabetes Research Group in the Institute for Applied Health Research, and is Life Sciences Research Coordinator.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Vascular Cell Biology, Glasgow Caledonian University