Professor Jim Gallagher holds the Derby Chair of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the University of Liverpool. Jim obtained his PhD from Cambridge on the metabolism of vitamin D under Eric Lawson. He undertook postdoctoral research in Herbie Fleisch's lab in Bern on bisphosphonates, then Graham Russell's lab in Sheffield where with Jon Beresford, he developed the first techniques to culture osteoblastic cells from human bone.
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