Infectious Diseases and Immunity

Research in Critical Medicine integrates the cross-cutting disciplines of emergency medicine, anaesthesia and intensive care to influence policy and practice for improved safety, quality, and cost effectiveness of caring for the critically ill.

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Projects Supervisor(s) Department Research Opportunity
How to detect a T cell’s response to autoantigen? Stuart Mannering Medicine and Radiology PhD, Honours, Master of Biomedical Science
The role of the non-muscle myosin component Myl9 in embryonic development and haematopoietic stem cell function Mark Chong Medicine and Radiology PhD, Masters by Research, Honours, Master of Biomedical Science
Transgenerational influence of diet on autoimmune susceptibility Mark Chong Medicine and Radiology PhD
What are antigens/epitopes are recognized in by islet-infiltrating CD8+ T cells in people with type 1 diabetes? Stuart Mannering Medicine and Radiology PhD, Master of Biomedical Science
What are the functional properties of human CD4+ T cells, from people with type 1 diabetes, that respond to proinsulin C-peptide? Stuart Mannering Medicine and Radiology PhD, Master of Biomedical Science