Neil Hogg received his PhD from the University of Essex, UK, under the mentorship of Dr Dr Michael Wilson and Dr Victor Darley-Usmar. His post-doctoral training took place at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA under the mentorship of Dr. B. Kalyanaraman. He is currently a Professor of Biophysics, and Associate Dean Of Graduate Students at the MCW. He is also the Director of the Redox Biology Program at MCW, Editor-in-Chief of the journal Nitric Oxide, Biology and Chemistry, and is the current president of the Society of Free Radicals in Biology and Medicine (SFRBM, term Nov 2014 to Nov 2016). He has served on several National Institutes of Health Review panels.
Neil Hogg's research interests focus around the molecular mechanisms of nitric oxide signaling with particular emphasis on S-nitrosation and redox signaling mechanisms. He has published over 130 papers in many areas including the bioactivation of nitrite to form nitric oxide, the mechanisms of S-nitrosothiol synthesis, and more recently the control of cellular bioenergetics and metabolism by nitric oxide.