Dr. Artur Shariev
What is your current research interest?
Developing a 3D retinal cellular model to better understand mechanism of disease and treatment
How long have you been in the vision lab?
What is your favourite experiment?
What are your favourite hobbies outside of the lab?
Snowboarding, travelling and reading
What is your favourite cuisine?
I have recently joined the lab as a Research Officer soon after finishing my PhD at the University of Sydney. I graduated from the University of Western Sydney with a bachelor’s degree in Medical Science majoring in human Anatomy and Physiology. I then continued my pursuit of interest in medical science by completing an honours degree in the University of Sydney and graduating with a first class honours. I developed a strong passion for medical research and the will to make a difference in others life and as such I undertook a PhD at the University of Sydney, investigating molecular mechanisms of skin cancer and the potential of vitamin D as a therapeutic. I now moved to a different field by joining the Clear Vision Research where I aim to develop a 3D model that can give us the potential to better understand the mechanism of disease and give us the possibility to generate human personalised therapeutics for retinal diseases.