A/Prof. Stuart Cordwell is a graduate of the University of Sydney. He was an author on the manuscript that defined the term ‘proteome’ in 1995 and has been involved in proteomics research throughout his career. He was Senior Research Fellow at the Australian Proteome Analysis Facility from 1999-2003, and Director of Research and Development from 2003-2004. He is now co-appointed as an Associate Professor in the School of Molecular Bioscience, the Charles Perkins Centre, and the Discipline of Pathology, School of Medical Science at the University of Sydney. He was recently appointed Director of the new University of Sydney Core in Mass Spectrometry. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Group of the Bosch Institute. He was awarded the Selby Research Award in 2006 for work on bacterial membrane proteins and a Villum Kann Rasmussen VELUX Professorship Denmark (2009) for his work on post-translational modification of proteins. He is a member of the Editorial Boards for the journals Proteomics and Proteomics (Clinical Applications). Cordwell has also served as the Secretary of the Australasian Proteomics Society (APS) from 2007-2013, is now a Vice-President of APS, a member of AOHUPO Council from 2010-2012 and on the Organizing Committee of the Lorne Proteomics Symposium since 2004. He has co-supervised 14 PhD students and more than 20 Honours students. He also established the first laboratory-based undergraduate Proteomics course in Australia.
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