Dr Nick Osborne is an epidemiologist and toxicologist. He has experience in epidemiology studies examining the complex genetic and environmental aetiology of disease.
He worked at the European Centre for Environment and Human Health for 5 years at the University of Exeter Medical School.
Dr Osborne’s previous post-doctoral position was with the HealthIron study at the University of Melbourne/Cancer Council Victoria examining the association of haemochromatosis-related genotypes with specific chronic diseases. Prior to that he was senior research fellow at the University of Portsmouth/King’s College Hospital examining novel drug therapy approaches for brain tumours.
He completed his PhD at the School of Population Health, University of Queensland/National Research Centre of Environmental Toxicology working on the toxicology and public health effects of cyanobacterial toxins in southeast Queensland.