Warwick Nesbitt received the Ph.D. degree in biochemistry and molecular biology from Monash University, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, in 1998. He has worked in both academic and commercial sectors, across hematology, drug development and medical device R&D. Dr Nesbitt was a Senior Research Fellow within the Australian Centre for Blood Diseases (ACBD), Monash University where he was involved in research projects applying lab-on-chip microfluidic technologies to the investigation of platelet mechano-biology and function.
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Miguel E. Combariza, Xinghuo Yu, Warwick S. Nesbitt, Arnan Mitchell, and Francisco J. Tovar-Lopez, RMIT University, Australia, Volume 62, Issue 7, Page: 1718-1727 The development of blood clots at sites of atherosclerotic plaque rupture -arterial thrombosis- remains a major cause of patient death... Read more
Posted on 23 JUN 2015