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Dr Patrick Bertolino
Centenary Institute, Sydney, Australia
Patrick Bertolino is an immunologist investigating the interactions between the liver and the immune system in order to understand the tolerogenic property of this organ. more...

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A/Prof Gabrielle Belz The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne, Australia
Our research is focused on understanding how a subset of white blood cells, called cytotoxic T cells (CTL, or CD8 T cells), recognise and remove virally-infected cells from the body following infection. The aim is to identify specific factors that determine how virus-specific killer T cells develop during an infection and how they impact on the establishment of immune memory after virus infection. more...

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Prof Barbara Fazekas de St Groth Centenary Institute, Sydney, Australia
In recent work with colleagues at the Centre for Immunology in Sydney, she discovered a novel phenotyping strategy that allows pure populations of human regulatory T cells to be isolated and manipulated for use in the therapy of graft versus host disease and organ graft rejection, in addition to autoimmune disease and allergy. more... Also here

 
Prof Jennifer Gamble
Centenary Institute, Sydney, Australia

An internationally recognized research leader in the field of endothelial cell function, Prof Gamble holds the Inaugural Wenkart Chair of the Endothelium. Research interests: understanding endothelial cell function particularly in the area of inflammation, and how dysfunction can influence disease. Her initial publication in this area established the endothelium as a dynamic organ, central to the control of inflammatory processes .  more...
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