Dr. David Sinclair Honored by Australia for his Service to the Nation and Science
On 26 January 2028, Liberty’s Chief Scientific Advisor, Dr. David Sinclair, was awarded by Australia for his service to the nation and science:
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Dr David Andrew SINCLAIR:
For distinguished service to medical research into the biology of ageing and lifespan extension, as a geneticist and academic, to biosecurity initiatives, and as an advocate for the study of science.
Professor, School of Medicine, University of New South Wales, since 2011.
Harvard Medical School:
Co-Director, Paul F. Glenn Laboratories for the Biological Mechanisms of Aging, current. Tenured Professor, Genetics Department, Harvard Medical School, current.
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School, 2004-2008.
Founding Director, Paul F. Glenn Labs for Aging Research, 2005.
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, 1999-2004.
Honorary Professor, University of Sydney, current.
Scientific Journal 'Aging': Co-Chief Editor, current. Co-Founder, current.
Co-founder, Sirtris Pharmaceuticals, current.
Co-founder, Genocea Biosciences, current.
Co-founder, OvaScience, current.
Co-founder, Cohbar, current.
Co-founder, MetroBiotech, current.
Consultant, GlaxoSmithKline, 2009-2016.
Consultant, InsideTracker, current.
Co-founder, Arc-Bio, current.
Co-founder, Liberty Biosecurity, current.
Co-founder, Life Biosciences, current.
Awards and recognition includes:
Recipient, Irving S. Wright Award of Distinction, 2017.
Recipient, Pioneer Award, National Institute of Health, 2017.
Recipient, Advance Global Australian Award, 2017.
Recipient, Frontiers in Aging Research Award, 2015.
Recipient, ASMR Medal, Australian Society for Medical Research, 2014. Recipient, Denham Harman Research Award, 2014.
Recipient, Nathan Shock Award, 2010.
Recipient, Fisher Honorary Lectureship, UCLA, 2010.
Recipient, David Murdock-Dole Lectureship, 2008.
Recipient, Innovator of the Year, Bio Agenda Institute, 2007.
Recipient, Excellence in Teaching, Harvard Medical School, 2006.
Recipient, Genzyme Outstanding Achievement in Biomedical Science Award, 2005 Recipient, Helen Hay Whitney Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1999.