Emeritus Professor in the School of Human Biology at the University of Western Australia
Professor Miranda Grounds is a research scientist at the University of Western Australia with over 40 years of preclinical research on skeletal muscles and development of therapies for clinical translation. Her research uses in vivo models to investigate the cell biology of normal and diseased muscles with particular interests in ageing and muscular dystrophies and a focus on Duchenne muscular dystrophy and Dysferlinopathies. This research is widely recognised internationally and has generated >215 publications, see http://mirandagrounds.com/publication.html. Miranda works closely with Australian and international networks related to muscular dystrophies to help enhance the efficacy of preclinical research and the quality of clinical trials for neuromuscular disorders, with strong links to TACT over many years.
University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia