Dr Simon Jiang

BMed MMed(Hons) FRACP PhD
Nephrologist & Research Fellow
College of Health & Medicine

Areas of expertise

  • Humoural Immunology And Immunochemistry 110705
  • Autoimmunity 110703
  • Rheumatology And Arthritis 110322
  • Nephrology And Urology 110312
  • Immunogenetics (Incl. Genetic Immunology) 110706
  • Medical Genetics (Excl. Cancer Genetics) 110311

Biography

Simon completed his medical degree from the University of Newcastle and specialist training in Nephrology at The Canberra and Royal Prince Alfred Hospitals. He received his Masters in Medicine(Hons) from the University of Sydney and his PhD as an NHMRC/RACP scholar investigating the role of genetic variation in systemic lupus erythematosus.

Simon is project lead investigating the genetics of systemic autoimmunity at the Centre for Personalised Immunology, JCSMR and chief investigator for the Genetic Variation in Immune-Mediated Kidney Disease program, Canberra Hospital. His research focuses on the genetic and molecular basis of autoimmunity and kidney disease, and the mechanisms contributing to organ-specific disease. As a nephrologist and founding chair of the Translational Glomerulonephritis Clinic at The Canberra Hospital he works in incorporating genetic and molecular understanding of disease into precision medicine in autoimmune kidney disease. 

Current student projects

Role of IRF7 variation in autoimmunity and immunodeficiency

Consequences of a novel genetic variant in a lupus autoantigen

 

Genetic variation and risk of kidney disease in the Tiwi Islanders

Non-redundant role of lupus-associated Src B kinases in autoimmunity

 

Artificial intelligence in unbiased diagnosis and prognosis of glomerulonephritis

Predicting outcomes of glomerulonephritis and chronic kidney disease

Projects and Grants

Grants information is drawn from ARIES. To add or update Projects or Grants information please contact your College Research Office.

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Updated:  13 July 2020 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers