Meet our exceptional team of Sydney ID researchers who are leading the way in combating infectious diseases and making ground-breaking discoveries
Together, we can improve animal welfare, food safety, human nutrition, and people's livelihoods in developed and developing countries in our region and around the globe
Fish farming - or aquaculture - is one of the fastest growing food production sectors on the planet and plays a pivotal role in global food security
Viruses have learned to become masters at manipulating our cells during an infection. By studying viruses, we can learn their tricks and harness them for our own benefit.
The work I do finds new ways to train or teach our immune system how best to respond to respiratory infections.
Tuberculosis is one of the oldest diseases affecting humankind. We need to harness all the modern advances in science and medicine to make it something of the past.
The work I do helps watch out for acute respiratory and brain infections in children in Australia.
Our overall mission is to advance the field of vaccine science, strengthen protection against emerging and re-emerging diseases, and ultimately save lives.
My team and I are virus hunters: using genetic sequencing to find and track the viruses that live across the boundaries of human and animal health.