Owens, Trevor

5 December 2021
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University of Southern Denmark, Odense

Nationality Ireland, Canada 

Address
Institute of Molecular Medicine
University of Southern Denmark
J.B. Winsloewsvej 25
DK-5000 Odense C

Trevor Owens is Professor of Neurobiology in the Institute of Molecular Medicine at the University of Southern Denmark. He obtained his PhD from the University of Ottawa. After postdoctoral training in London and Melbourne he returned to McGill University and joined the Neuroimmunology Unit of the Montreal Neurological Institute where he became a Professor in 2001. In 2004 he was appointed Professor at the University of Southern Denmark, and was leader of the Neurobiology Research Department from 2010-2023. His laboratory focuses on animal models of multiple sclerosis and specifically on interactions between immune and glial cells in the brain and spinal cord. He has published 131 papers in peer-reviewed journals (H-index=54).

He served as treasurer of ISNI from 2001 and secretary/treasurer of ISNI from 2004-2010, and as an ESNI Board member since 2008. He was President of the Scandinavian Society for Immunology from 2016-2020.

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