Dr Zameel Cader
Director of the Oxford Headache Centre; Director of StemBANCC; Associate Professor of Clinical Neurosciences; Consultant Neurologist
Dr Cader's research focuses on understanding the mechanism underlying neurogenetic disorders such as migraine and nerve degeneration. He is Director of the Oxford Headache Centre and of StemBANCC, a major public-private partnership aiming to develop the resources and expertise for successful drug development on a stem cell platform. He is also a practising consultant neurologist at the John Radcliffe Hospital.
- Stem cells
- Translational research
- Drug discovery
- Migraine, headache
- Dominant, toxic gain-of-function mutations in gars lead to non-cell autonomous neuropathology (2015)
- Altered neurochemical coupling in the occipital cortex in migraine with visual aura (2015)
- EBNA2 binds to genomic intervals associated with multiple sclerosis and overlaps with vitamin D receptor occupancy (2015)
Dr Cader has experience of TV and radio interviews, including for BBC, ITV, Sky, ABC, Fox and others, and has taken part in media briefings.