Bedoui laboratory: Innate and adaptive interactions in immunity to infection

Research Overview

The Bedoui Lab uses models of viral and bacterial infection to study how the innate and the adaptive immune system interact. Key foci are to understand how innate cells sense pathogens and how this information is integrated into protective adaptive T cell responses.

Staff

Dr Paul Whitney, RO
Dr Annabell Bachem, RO
Dr Marie Greyer, RO
Ms Elise Gressier, PhD student
Mr Newton Gil Peres, PhD student
Mr Max Chao, PhD student (joint with Hartland laboratory)
Mr Paul Baker, PhD student (joint with Masters laboratory)

Collaborators

Associate Professor Thomas Gebhardt, DMI
Professor Dick Strugnell, Department of Microbiology & Immunology, UoM
Professor Malcolm Mcconville, Bio21, UoM
Professor Stephen Turner, Monash University
Professor Paul Hertzog, Monash University
Professor David Tscharke, Australian National University  
Professor Wolfgang Kastenmueller, University of Bonn, Germany

Funding

NHMRC
German Research Council
University of Melbourne

Research Publications

For a comprehensive listing of Associate Professor Sammy Bedoui's publications.