Dr Nades Palaniyar received a PhD in Molecular Biology and Genetics at the University of Guelph, Canada, and as a Postdoctoral Fellow, was further trained on DNA/RNA and immune systems at the Universities of Cincinnati, OH, USA, Oxford, UK, and Harvard Medical School, MA, USA. He has been a Senior Scientist of Translational Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children, an Associate Professor of Lab Medicine and Pathobiology, University of Toronto, and TASME chair for the last 15 years. He conducts research work on immune system, neutrophils, NETs, lungs, COVID-19 and several infectious and inflammatory diseases. Dr Nades Palaniyar and his research lab made 78 original discoveries, and he authored more than 100 scientific publications and made more than 200 presentations in scientific conferences.
For his research work, leadership and dedication, TASME awarded him a “Lifetime Scientific Achievement Award”, and “Visionary Leader” title, and named an award as “Nades Palaniyar Award”, respectively.
He has established an interview series to honour accomplished professors and scientists (with >45 interviews), and organized and appeared in more than 50 programs on several TV and radio events.