|Title||Dr Godfrey Grech|
|Short Profile||Dr Godfrey Grech, Ph.D.
University of Malta
Dr Godfrey Grech is Senior Lecturer at the University of Malta. Since 2006, Dr Godfrey Grech is responsible for the coordination of an MSc in Biomedical Sciences and currently runs the Molecular Pathology laboratory at the University of Malta. Following his doctorate studies at Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, he published in high impact journals and presented in International conferences such as the American Society of Hematology, the EPMA Congress and the European Pathology Congress. Dr Godfrey Grech leads the National Breast Cancer Research Project. In addition, he is highly recognised by the clinical sector and runs numerous projects with Mater Dei Hospital and was instrumental to set up infrastructures that allow the use of fresh surgical sections in molecular pathology research. Currently he runs various collaborative projects with International Institutions including Erasmus Medical Centre and the Molecular Medicine Institute in Leeds. The main research topic aims to identify biomarkers to classify breast cancer patients into a specific therapeutic group that shall benefit from activation of phosphatases as a main therapeutic option.
Dr Godfrey Grech was nominated and is elected on international scientific committees including the International Scientific Council of the European Group for Molecular Pathology (EMP); Global Leader at the Genomic Medicine within the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH); member of the Pharmacogenomics Working Group of the Global Genomic Medicine Consortium (G2MC); Leader of the Cancer Position Paper at the European Association for Predictive, Preventive & Personalised medicine (EPMA); and national contact point for the PharmacoGenetics for Every Nation Initiative (PGENI).
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|Institution||University of Malta|