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HOW DIFFERENT CELL TYPES OF THE BRAIN CONTRIBUTE TO CEREBRAL CYTOKINOPATHIES

The brain consists of a large number of different cell types, including neurons, astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglia and endothelial cells. Discover how these different cell typ more...

Supervisor(s): Hofer, Markus (Dr)

Identifying new drivers of lung cancer

This project will identify and investigate novel genes mutated in a Kras-induced mouse model of lung adenocarcinoma more...

Supervisor(s): Howell, Viive (Dr), Colvin, Emily (Dr)

Identification of genetic drivers of ovarian cancer

This project will use insertional mutagenesis in mice to identify and investigate potential genetic drivers of ovarian carcinogenesis. more...

Supervisor(s): Howell, Viive (Dr), Colvin, Emily (Dr)

THE PATHOGENIC AND PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF MICROGLIA IN CEREBRAL CYTOKINOPATHIES

Microglia are the primary immune cells of the brain and have the potential to both protect and contribute to neurological disease. Explore the molecular mechanisms that microglia us more...

Supervisor(s): Hofer, Markus (Dr)

Gene function and RNA processing in gut endoderm development

This project aims to unravel the impact of RNA processing on the function the targets of a RNA binding protein in the development of the embryonic gut and the associated organs. more...

Supervisor(s): Fossat, Nicolas (Dr), Tam, Patrick (Professor)

Cell cycle control of DNA repair in lymphoid cells

PhD opportunity in an NHMRC-funded group to determine how cell cycle determines the fidelity of DNA repair in activated B cells in vivo. more...

Supervisor(s): Jolly, Chris (Dr)

Unravelling mechanisms determining the balance between tolerance and immunity in the liver

Role of primary T cell activation in the liver in CD8 T cell tolerance more...

Supervisor(s): Bertolino, Patrick (Dr)

Glucocorticoid effects on bone: The role of the osteoblast

 Glucocorticoid effects on bone: The role of the osteoblast more...

Supervisor(s): Seibel, Markus (Professor), Zhou, Hong (Professor)

Dendritic cells and control of T cell immune responses

DCs are unique antigen-presenting cells that can initiate (prime) CD4 T cell responses, as well as controlling the progression and subsequent reduction of the immune response, devel more...

Supervisor(s): Fazekas, Barbara (Professor)