The Molecular basis of bacterial infectious diseases [ 2003 - 2008 ]

Also known as: How bacteria cause disease in humans

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Researchers: Prof Julian Rood (Principal investigator) ,  A/Pr Renato Morona Prof Adrienne Paton Prof Alastair Mcewan Prof Ben Adler
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Brief description Bacterial infectious diseases are a serious threat to human health, accounting for over 10 million deaths each year. This multidisciplinary collaborative team is investigating the complex interactions between major disease-causing bacteria and their human hosts, in order to determine how they cause disease. These studies will make a major contribution to fundamental knowledge in this field. This information is also essential for the development of cheaper and more effective vaccines, as well as novel drugs. These are urgently needed to reduce death and illness due to bacterial infectious diseases in the 21st century. 11

Funding Amount $AUD 16,230,995.76

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