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Doctor Fabien Delerue is the Head of the Genome Editing at Macquarie (GEM), a transgenic core developed in joint venture by the Dementia Research Centre (DRC) and the Macquarie Animal Research Services (MARS). Fabien graduated from the University of Bordeaux in France and received his PhD from the University of Sydney in 2013. Fabien gained his first research experience in the preclinical CNS Centre of Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd (Basel, Switzerland) where he became an expert in in vivo activities (i.e. animal models of diseases). In 2013, Fabien moved to the University of New South Wales, where he became Lecturer and managed the Transgenic Animal Unit. His research focused on developing new gene transfer techniques particularly applicable to dementia and rare genetic diseases. In 2018 he became Senior Lecturer and joined Macquarie University to head the GEM transgenic facility and develop in parallel a research program on rare genetic disorders.

Research interests

Fabien’s contribution to the field of transgenesis and genome editing is internationally recognized. Fabien’s career spans over 20 years practice in assisted reproduction and generation of animal models of diseases. Current projects include:

-      Optimization of gene transfer methods for the generation of transgenic animal models

-      Development of new assisted reproductive techniques

-      Discovery and engineering of new endonucleases 

-      Investigating the pathomechanisms of FoxG1 syndrome

Education/Academic qualification

MSc., University of Bordeaux

PhD, University of Sydney


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