Pathogenesis, treatment and prevention of bacterial infectious diseases [ 2013 - 2018 ]

Also known as: Understanding and preventing bacterial disease

Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof James Paton (Principal investigator)

Brief description Bacterial infectious diseases remain a serious threat to human health, accounting for over 10 million deaths each year. My research program aims to better understand the dynamic interactions between major disease-causing bacteria and their human hosts, and to directly apply this new knowledge to the development of improved vaccines and novel treatment strategies. These are urgently needed to combat bacterial infectious diseases in the 21st century.

Funding Amount $AUD 852,458.66

Funding Scheme Research Fellowships

Notes Research Fellowship

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