Professor Fadil Hannan
Associate Professor/Honorary Consultant Chemical Pathologist, University of Oxford
Fadil Hannan is an Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Chemical Pathologist at the University of Oxford. He studied Medicine at the University of Bristol, where he also obtained a first-class degree in Biochemistry. In addition, he undertook a DPhil as an MRC Clinical Research Training Fellow in Prof Rajesh Thakker’s lab at the University of Oxford, during which time he investigated the role of the calcium-sensing receptor (CaSR), which plays a critical role in parathyroid function.
Fadil subsequently conducted postdoctoral research into the genetic basis of mineral metabolism as an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer, and also as a Senior Clinical Lecturer. Fadil was awarded the 2013 Association of Clinical Biochemistry (ACB) Professor’s Prize for Sustained Research, and in 2017 became a member of the Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland. Fadil now runs a research group investigating the molecular endocrinology of lactation.