Professor Jennifer Gamble
Wenkart Chair of Endothelium
D06 - Blackburn Building
Professor Jennifer Gamble is an internationally recognized research leader in the field of endothelial cell function.
She has headed a highly successful research team for over 20 years, investigating endothelial cell function. Her initial publication in this area established the endothelium as a dynamic “organ” central to the control of inflammatory processes. Her work since then has focused on understanding the biological and more recently the molecular events and the signaling pathways that control the endothelium.
Current national competitive grants*
miRNAs and Cardiovascular Disease
Gamble J, Vadas M
Heart Foundation of Australia Grant-in-Aid ($130,000 over 2 years)
Inflammation, Angiogenesis and Cancer
Vadas M, McCaughan G, Gamble J, Xia P, Bertolino P
National Health and Medical Research Council Program Grants ($8,020,000 over 5 years)
* Grants administered through the University of Sydney
PhD and Masters' project opportunities
Control of tumour growth by oncogene-induced senescence +
Regulation of the Vascular System: Role of the Endothelium
The Role of microRNAs in Vascular Function and Disease
The Role of Senescence in Vascular Function and Disease
+ indicates the opportunity is full and unavailable.