Novel molecules and physical tools for life science and medical research (2009–2014)

My research involves the discovery and exploitation of novel biophysical methods for characterising molecular pathways involved in disease progression, and for rapid in vitro and ex vivo diagnosis of disease, in particular viral and bacterial infection. I have also pursued the development of novel antobiotics and antifungals active against drug-resistant pathogens, in particular those responsible for nosocomial infections such as MRSA.
Grant type:
NHMRC Australia Fellowships
Funded by:
National Health and Medical Research Council