Applying quantitative immunology to the analysis of complex genetic diseases [ 2017 - 2020 ]

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Researchers: Prof Philip Hodgkin (Principal investigator) ,  Dr Edwin Hawkins Dr Susanne Heinzel

Brief description The immune response of each individual varies. For some, the response invoked by foreign challenge is weak, leading to a lifetime of difficulty with infection. For others, the response is stronger, yielding excellent immunity, but opening the potential for overactive responses to self-material and autoimmune disease. We have a new theory for how the health of our immune system can be measured and we aim to apply it to understand the genesis of the many different forms of human immune diseases.

Funding Amount $AUD 885,905.71

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