Dr Mary-Louise Roy Manchadi

Associate Lecturer

School of Biomedical Sciences
Faculty of Medicine
+61 7 336 56978


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.


  • Doctor of Philosophy, Northwestern University


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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.

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Conference Publication

Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Completed Supervision