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About Professor Nick E Dixon

Research interests include
Biological chemistry
Protein structure and function
Protein-protein interactions in large dynamic molecular machines
The bacterial DNA replication machinery as a target for antibacterial drugs
New technologies for protein chemistry
Professor Nick Dixon holds a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Queensland (1978). He was a Research Fellow with Prof Alan Sargeson (Research School of Chemistry, ANU) before being awarded C.J. Martin and Fulbright Fellowships to study with Nobel laureate Prof Arthur Kornberg at Stanford University, U.S.A. He returned to the John Curtin School of Medical Research at ANU as a Queen Elizabeth II Fellow in 1983, and was appointed as Fellow in Biological Chemistry at the Research School of Chemistry, ANU in 1986. He was subsequently promoted to Senior Fellow and Professor, before leaving ANU in 2006 to take up his present position as Professor of Biological Chemistry at the University of Wollongong. He was recently awarded an Australian Research Council Australian Professorial Fellowship.

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Present Faculty Member, University of Wollongong
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Contact Information

Position: Professor
Room: 18.G10
Phone No: +61 2 4221 4346

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