Professor Alan Boobis OBE PhD FRSB FBTS

Professor Alan Boobis OBE PhD FRSB FBTS


Professor Alan Boobis OBE PhD FRSB FBTS FBPhS


Imperial College London

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Alan Boobis is Professor of Biochemical Pharmacology at Imperial College London. His main research interests lie in mechanistic toxicology, drug metabolism, mode of action and chemical risk assessment. He has published around 240 original research papers (H-factor 76). He is a member of several national and international advisory committees, including the Committee on Toxicity (chair), the WHO Study Group on Tobacco Product Regulation (TobReg), JECFA (veterinary residues) and JMPR. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of ILSI (International Life Sciences Institute) and ILSI HESI. Awards include fellowships of the Royal Society of Biology, the British Toxicology Society and the British Pharmacological Society, the BTS John Barnes Prize Lectureship, honorary membership and Merit Award of EUROTOX, the Royal Society of Chemistry Toxicology Award, the Arnold J Lehman Award from the SOT and Officer of the British Empire (OBE).