Williamson laboratory: Public health, AMR, epidemiology and microbiology
Professor Deborah Williamson
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Our laboratory has been established within the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Melbourne with a focus on the science of applied microbial genomics to public health microbiology.
Our research interests include the molecular epidemiology and pathogenesis of infections caused by antimicrobial resistant pathogens, particularly sexually-transmitted infections, and the translation of genomic technologies to questions of public health importance.
Dr Melinda Ashcroft, Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Socheata Chea, Research Support Officer
Sophie Herman, Research Assistant
Jeni Mitchell, Honourary
Marilyn Ninan, Research Fellow
Yi Nong, PhD Student
Shivani Pasricha, Postdoctoral Scientist and Lab Manager
Jaqueline Prestedge, Project Officer
George Taiaroa, Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Mona Lisa Taouk, Research Assistant
Eloise Williams, PhD Student
Deborah Williamson, Deputy Director MDU PHL, Acting Director of Microbiology RMH, Head of Laboratory
Bowen Zhang, Deputy Director MDU
2018-2022 NHMRC Partnership Project. An evidence-based framework for establishing public health microbial genomics in Australia. D Williamson, T Seemann, C Fairley, D Ingle, M Kirk, B Howden, J McVernon, T Stinear and N Stephens.
2018-2020 Project Grants. Using genomics to understand and interrupt transmission of sexually transmitted pathogens in Australia. D Williamson, M Chen, E Chow and M Kirk.
2017-2020 Early Career Fellowships. Understanding, reducing and preventing communicable diseases using applied pathogen genomics. D Williamson.
2017-2019 Project grants. A new genomic frontier for foodborne disease investigation in Australia. D Williamson, N French, M Kirk, B Howden and T Seemann.
This research project is available to Masters by Research to join as part of their thesis.
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