Professor & Canada research chair in Proteinase Proteomics & Systems Biology at the University of British Columbia, and Chair of the C-HPP component of the Human Proteome Project.
Dr. Overall is a Professor and Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Proteinase Proteomics and Systems Biology at the University of British Columbia, Centre for Blood Research. He completed his undergraduate, Honors Science and Masters degrees at the University of Adelaide, South Australia; his Ph.D. in Biochemistry at the University of Toronto; and was a MRC Centennial Fellow in his post-doctoral work with Dr. Michael Smith, Nobel Laureate, Biotechnology Laboratory, University of British Columbia (UBC).
He was elected to the HUPO Council and to the Executive Committee of the Chromosome–Centric Human proteome Project (CHPP) in 2014. With over 15,571 citations for his 227 papers (since 2000 his papers have been cited >11,454 times) and with an h factor of 65 he is a highly influential scientist in the field. Professor Overall is also the pioneer of degradomics, a term he coined.
He is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Proteomics and on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Molecular Cellular Proteomics and Biological Chemistry and the Advisory Committee of the International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology.
Visit website: https://clip.ubc.ca/people/chris-overall/
See also: University of British Columbia (UBC) - Global research and training centre.
Chris Overall News
Technology Networks interviews Prof Overall about the Human Proteome Project
Technology Networks - 01-Dec-2020
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