Dr. Stephen Myers Honorary Research Fellow Collaborative Research Network and the School of Health Sciences Federation University Australia
Dr. Stephen Myers received his PhD in 2004 from Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. During this time Dr Myers researched the role of serine proteases in cancer biology. Dr Myers then spent several years working at the University of Queensland on the role of orphan nuclear receptors and insulin resistance in skeletal muscle. Currently, Dr Myers is an honorary associate with Federation University Australia where he researchers the role of zinc transporters and insulin resistance in skeletal muscle. Dr Myers has received several prestigious awards. During his PhD he received a prestigious "Dora Lush" National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia award and during Dr Myers's post-doctoral career he received a University of Queensland post-doctoral award. Dr Myers is currently supervising a team of scientists work on zinc transporters and nuclear receptors and insulin resistance of which he has authored many research articles and book chapters.
Dr. Myers continues to research diabetes-related research and serve as a dedicated contributor to the Journal of Diabetes and Metabolism.