Michelle M. Hill
Michelle M. Hill serves as a Cell Biologist with an interest of developing and applying proteomics techniques in cell signaling, cancer biology, and biomarker discovery. After completing her Ph.D. degree with Professor David James at the University of Queensland, Australia in 2000, she worked with Dr. Brian Hemmings in Basel Switzerland, Professor Seamus Martin in Dublin, Ireland, then with Professor Rob Parton and Professor John Hancock back at the University of Queensland. In 2009, Michelle established the Cancer Proteomics research program at the University of Queensland, Diamantina Institute. Her current major focus is on the role of caveolin and lipid rafts in prostate cancer progression. Her group has also been developing novel high throughput techniques in glycoproteomics for cancer biomarker discovery. Michelle received several prestigious awards including the National Association of Research Fellows Postdoctoral Investigator Award (2004) and Runner-up Australian Society of Medical Research Queensland Health and Medical Researcher Award (2010). Michelle serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of integrated omics, and sits on the Editorial Board for Frontiers in Phamacotherapy of Neoplastic Diseases, Journal of Data Mining in Genomics and Proteomics, and ISRN Cell Biology.
Biography Updated on 12 July 2011