Jaswinder K. Sethi (aka Jazz Sethi) is Professor of Immunometabolism, a Wellcome Trust Career Re-entry Fellow and Honorary NHS Foundation Trust Research Fellow. She is also a member of the Institute for Life Sciences.
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Received primary and secondary education in London and graduated with a First-Class Honours in Biological Sciences from Birkbeck College, University of London in 1993. During this time also held a full-time technical research post at University College London with Prof. Andre McLean. In 1997, obtained a DPhil in physiological sciences from Oxford University - supervised by Antony Galione. Postdoctoral training took place at Harvard University and focused on the mechanisms of obesity-related insulin resistance with Gokhan Hotamisligil. Returning to the UK in 2000, joined Cambridge University, and established a research group investigating Immunometabolic Signalling in Tissue Remodelling and Metabolic Disease. After a career break, the laboratory relocated to University of Southampton in 2017. Have been successively, a US-UK Fulbright Scholar, Wellcome Trust Prize Travelling Fellow, RD Lawrence Fellow, a David Phillips Fellow, a Cambridge Senior Scholar and a Wellcome Trust Career Re-entry Fellow.
- MRC PhD Studentship (1993)
- British Fulbright Senior Scholarship (1997)
- Wellcome Trust International Prize Travelling Postdoctoral Fellowship (1997)
- Diabetes UK RD Lawrence Research Fellowship (2001)
- BBSRC David Phillips Research Fellowship (2001)
- Wellcome Trust Career Re-entry Fellowship (2017)
- Honorary NHS Research Fellow in Metabolic Medicine (2006)
- Cambridge Senior Teaching Scholar in Medicine (2004)
- Honorary member of The Biochemical Society (2007-2016) (2007)
- Biochemistry Society Stay Connected Bursary (2015)
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