Adaptive Immune Responses Against Viral Infections: A Systems Immunology Approach

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The goal of this project is to understand the adaptive immune response against human viral infections utilising single cell technologies. Candidates will work with experimental and computational approaches to quantify the key features and interactions between pathogen, host, and environment. This research will be based on analyses of blood longitudinal samples of hepatitis C infections, as well as of other viruses. The project feature state-of-the-art molecular and cell biology approaches including high throughput sequencing, genomic analyses, multi-colour flow cytometry and immunoassays. This systems approach utilising single cell methods will provide a unique opportunity to be trained across disciplines and to develop cutting edge technologies

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Supervisory team
Fabio
Luciani

Medicine
Medical Sciences
Rowena
Bull

Medicine
Medical Sciences
Andrew
Lloyd

Medicine
The Kirby Institute
luciani@unsw.edu.au

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