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
Development of malaria transmission blocking drugs. Matthew Dixon Infectious Diseases PhD students, Masters by Research, Honours students
Malaria: Going bananas for sex Matthew Dixon Infectious Diseases PhD students, Masters by Research, Honours students
The Renovators Dream: Malaria host cell remodelling Matthew Dixon Infectious Diseases PhD students, Masters by Research, Honours students
Transgenerational influence of diet on autoimmune susceptibility Mark Chong Medicine PhD students
What are antigens/epitopes are recognized in by islet-infiltrating CD8+ T cells in people with type 1 diabetes? Stuart Mannering Medicine PhD students
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 PhD students