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Desmond Tobin

Honorary Visiting Professor

Faculty/Dept/School School of Chemistry and Bioscience
(Faculty of Life Sciences)
Emaild.tobin@bradford.ac.uk
Telephone +441274 233585

Biography

Desmond J. Tobin is Professor of Cell Biology and Director of the Centre for Skin Sciences at University of Bradford. He holds a BSc from the National University of Ireland (Maynooth), a PhD from the University of London (St. John’s Institute of Dermatology) and post-doctoral training from New York University Medical School’s Dept. of Dermatology. Over the past 20 years he has researched in basic and applied skin/hair sciences, with a particular focus on the biology of human melanocytes/pigmentation and hair growth disorders (immune based). He is a Fellow of Royal College of Pathologists; Royal Society of Biology, and Institute of Trichologists (Vice-president). He has published over 140 publications and his H-Index is currently 53. Desmond J. Tobin is Professor of Cell Biology and Director of the Centre for Skin Sciences at University of Bradford. He holds a BSc from the National University of Ireland (Maynooth), a PhD from the University of London (St. John’s Institute of Dermatology) and post-doctoral training from New York University Medical School’s Dept. of Dermatology. Over the past 20 years he has researched in basic and applied skin/hair sciences, with a particular focus on the biology of human melanocytes/pigmentation and hair growth disorders (immune based). He is a Fellow of Royal College of Pathologists; Royal Society of Biology, and Institute of Trichologists (Vice-president). He has published over 140 publications and his H-Index is currently 53. Desmond J. Tobin is Professor of Cell Biology and Director of the Centre for Skin Sciences at University of Bradford. He holds a BSc from the National University of Ireland (Maynooth), a PhD from the University of London (St. John’s Institute of Dermatology) and post-doctoral training from New York University Medical School’s Dept. of Dermatology. Over the past 20 years he has researched in basic and applied skin/hair sciences, with a particular focus on the biology of human melanocytes/pigmentation and hair growth disorders (immune based). He is a Fellow of Royal College of Pathologists; Royal Society of Biology, and Institute of Trichologists (Vice-president). He has published over 140 publications and his H-Index is currently 53.