Professor Paul Lambert

Professor Paul Lambert

FAHMS

Howard M. Temin Professor and Chair of Oncology; Director, McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Corresponding Fellow
Elected in 2019
International
Citation on election

Professor Paul Lambert is internationally recognised for contributions to understanding the role of papillomavirus oncogenes in cancer including the roles of the papillomavirus oncogenes E5, E6 and E7 and the role of estrogen and its receptor in cervical carcinogenesis. His current work is focussed on applying this knowledge to develop novel therapies.

Professor Lambert has collaborated with and provided materials and reagents to many research groups within Australia for over 20 years, and additionally has played a significant role in evaluation of Australian research funding proposals over the last 3 years through the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.

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