Dr Mary-Louise Roy Manchadi

Associate Lecturer

School of Biomedical Sciences
Faculty of Medicine
m.roymanchadi@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 56978

Overview

I am interested in learning about how inflammation cause cell death.

My training was in electrophysiology, and I have characterized several sodium and potassium ion channels based upon their voltage and developmental processes, as well as their responses to various natural and manmade compounds.

I am currently working with other researchers at UQ in better understanding the consequences of activation of various C5a receptors in neuronal and nonneuronal cell types. I am interested no only in electrophysiology, but in calcium imaging and immunofluorescence techniques.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Northwestern University

Publications

  • Koludarov, Ivan, Jackson, Timothy N. W., op den Brouw, Bianca, Dobson, James, Dashevsky, Daniel, Arbuckle, Kevin, Clemente, Christofer J., Stockdale, Edward J., Cochran, Chip, Debono, Jordan, Stephens, Carson, Panagides, Nadya, Li, Bin, Manchadi, Mary-Louise Roy, Violette, Aude, Fourmy, Rudy, Hendrikx, Iwan, Nouwens, Amanda, Clements, Judith, Martelli, Paolo, Kwok, Hang Fai and Fry, Bryan G. (2017) Enter the dragon: the dynamic and multifunctional evolution of anguimorpha lizard venoms. Toxins, 9 8: . doi:10.3390/toxins9080242

  • Cheesman, Matthew J., Chunduri, Prasad, Manchadi, Mary Louise, Colthorpe, Kay and Matthews, Ben (2015) Student Interaction with a Computer Tablet Exam Application Replicating the Traditional Paper Exam. Mobile Computing, 4 10-21. doi:10.14355/mc.2015.04.002

  • Fry, B. G., Undheim, E. A. B., Jackson, T. N. W., Georgieva, D., Vetter, I., Calvete, J. J., Schieb, H., Cribb, B. W., Yang, D. C., Daly, N. L., Manchadi, M. L. Roy, Gutierrez, J. M., Roelants, K., Lomonte, B., Nicholson, G. M., Dziemborowicz, S., Lavergne, V., Ragnarsson, L., Rash, L. D., Mobli, M., Hodgson, W. C., Casewell, N. R., Nouwens, A., Wagstaff, S. C., Ali, S. A., Whitehead, D. L., Herzig, V., Monagle, P., Kurniawan, N. D., Reeks, T. and Sunagar, K. (2015). Research methods. In Venomous reptiles and their toxins: evolution, pathophysiology and biodiscovery (pp. 153-214) New York, NY, United States: Oxford University Press.

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Supervision

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Publications

Book Chapter

  • Fry, B. G., Undheim, E. A. B., Jackson, T. N. W., Georgieva, D., Vetter, I., Calvete, J. J., Schieb, H., Cribb, B. W., Yang, D. C., Daly, N. L., Manchadi, M. L. Roy, Gutierrez, J. M., Roelants, K., Lomonte, B., Nicholson, G. M., Dziemborowicz, S., Lavergne, V., Ragnarsson, L., Rash, L. D., Mobli, M., Hodgson, W. C., Casewell, N. R., Nouwens, A., Wagstaff, S. C., Ali, S. A., Whitehead, D. L., Herzig, V., Monagle, P., Kurniawan, N. D., Reeks, T. and Sunagar, K. (2015). Research methods. In Venomous reptiles and their toxins: evolution, pathophysiology and biodiscovery (pp. 153-214) New York, NY, United States: Oxford University Press.

Journal Article

Conference Publication

Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

Completed Supervision