Delineating immune circuits for innate and adaptive immune protection [ 2018 - 2022 ]

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Researchers: Prof Gabrielle Belz (Principal investigator)

Brief description The immune system provides the essential frame-work to protect us against infection, disease and to heal tissues after trauma. This is achieved by a complex but elegant network of different types of white blood cells. Understanding the molecular wiring of these cells will provides fundamental insights to how the body fights pathogen infections and cancer and lays the foundation to therapeutic approaches to vaccination and disease treatments.

Funding Amount $AUD 888,269.05

Funding Scheme Research Fellowships

Notes Research Fellowship

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