Organizing Committee Member

Dipak Ramji

Dipak Ramji

Professor
Cardiovascular Science Cardiff University
United Kingdom

Biography

Dipak Ramji received his BSc (Hons) degree (Biochemistry) and his PhD from University of Leeds. This was followed by post-doctoral research at the EMBL (Heidelberg) and IRBM (Rome) with fellowships from the Royal Society and the EU. He joined Cardiff University in 1992 and is currently a Professor of Cardiovascular Science at the Cardiff School of Biosciences. His research is focused on understanding how the immune and inflammatory responses regulate macrophage processes in atherosclerosis with the goal of attaining deeper mechanistic insight and identifying preventative/therapeutic agents. He has received continuous funding from the British Heart Foundation since 1997 and published over 150 research articles (h index 32 and i10 index 63 with over 5300 citations). He is an Editorial Board member of 16 international journals; regular organizing committee member, speaker and track/session chair at international conferences on heart disease; and involved in grant evaluation of over 20 organizations. He has supervised over 25 PhD students.

Research Area

His research is focused on understanding how the immune and inflammatory responses regulate macrophage processes in atherosclerosis with the goal of attaining deeper mechanistic insight and identifying preventative/therapeutic agents

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