David Samuel Gibson, Irish biomedical researcher, consultant. Achievements include research in Cathepsin S inhibitors to prevent spread of brain cancer; research in Inflammation pathways influence vessel growth; research in Proteomic expression patterns to segregate arthritis patient groups. Fellow: British Society Rheumatology, American College Rheumatology, Human Proteome Organization.
Gibson, David Samuel was born on April 23, 1974 in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Son of John Musgrave and Joan Elizabeth Gibson.
Doctor of Philosophy in Oncology, Queen's University, Belfast, 2001.
Research scientist Randox Laboratories Ltd., Crumlin, England, 1995—1998. Postdoctoral research fellow Queen's University, Belfast, 2001—2003, since 2004. Scientific Director Proteocypher Ltd., Belfast, since 2006.
Contributor chapters to books, articles various professional journals.
Fellow: British Society Rheumatology, American College Rheumatology, Human Proteome Organization.
Surfing, mountain biking, music, travel.
Married Aideen Maire Gibson. Children: Simon John, Laura Rachel.
Recipient Equipment and Research Training award...Recipient Equipment and Research Training awards, Research and Development Office, Health and Personal Social Services, 1998, 1999, 2001, Visions of Science- Highly Commended award, Novartis & Daily Telegraph Photographic, 2005, F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG Travel award, Human Proteome Organization, 2006. Grantee Recognized Research Group Funding, Project 8.42, Research and Development Office, Health and Personal Social Services, 2006. Scholar Travel and Cohesion Funding, 2004, 2005, 2006.
Travel scholarships, Queen’s University Belfast, Faculty Medicine, 1994, 1999, 2000, Pharmacia Travel fellowship, Association Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, 2003.