Associate Professor Ashraful Haque
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The Haque Lab studies the immune system particularly in the context of infection and cancer. We seek to understand how T cells and B cells change during immune responses, the primary objective being to discover new ways to boost or modify these to better control infection or cancer. We have a strong focus on studying immune cells in as much detail as possible, primarily with single-cell transcriptomics and computational methods.
Dr Marcela De Lima Moreira, Research Officer
Dr Hyun Jae (Josh) Lee, Research Officer
Dr Michael Bramhall, Research Officer
Cameron Williams, PhD student
Lianne Lansink, PhD student
Saba Asad, PhD student
Takahiro Asatsuma, PhD student
Ivana Rea, Research Assistant
This research project is available to PhD students, Masters by Research, Honours students to join as part of their thesis.
Please contact the Research Group Leader to discuss your options.
- Project 1. How do CD4+ T cells preserve memories during malaria?
- Project 2. CD4+ T cells in acute Graft-versus-Host Disease
- Project 3. Do malaria parasites sense and respond to the host during infection?
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School Research Themes
Infection & Immunity, Molecular Mechanisms of Disease
For further information about this research, please contact Head of Laboratory Associate Professor Ashraful Haque
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