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Diversity is in the DNA

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Bioinformatician and PhD student Neke Ibeh has a vision for a world where all people, regardless of their background, can equally benefit from

Creating new models to understand disease

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Dr Julian Vivian joined SVI earlier this year, to head the newly established Structural Immunology Laboratory. 

Julian’s expertise is in protein

Philanthropy fuels gene editing endeavour

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“Genetic disorders have a serious effect on the quality of life and life-expectancy of children,” says Dr Astrid Glaser. “Finding new ways to treat

International award for blood cell researcher

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Professor Louise Purton has been named recipient of the prestigious McCulloch & Till Award from the International Society for Experimental Hematology

New focus on people with higher cancer risk

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A prestigious Victorian Cancer Agency (VCA) Fellowship has been awarded to Associate Professor Wayne Crismani to support research focused on people

SVI celebrates Diabetes Australia DARP grants

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Three SVI scientists have received funding from the 2022 Diabetes Australia Research Program to support their innovative type 1 and type 2 diabetes

Dr Julian Vivian

Structural immunobiology

Activating KIR in health and disease

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KIR3DL1 in acute myeloid leukaemia.

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Structural immunobiology

Research Overview

Natural killer cells in infection and cancer

Our overarching goal is to improve

Identifying new HIPs using by screening an antigen library

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Dissecting the antigen specificity of responding CD4+ T cells in a CFSE-based proliferation assays

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Dissecting what makes T cells specific for beta-cell autoantigens cause T1D

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Insight into DNA repair offers cancer hope

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Research recently published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), led by SVI’s Associate Professor Andrew Deans, sheds new light

World Cancer Day - Focus on researcher Elaine Sanij

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On 4 February each year, we focus our attention on cancer, one of the world’s most prevalent chronic diseases. 

It’s estimated that since last

New type 1 diabetes research funded

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JDRF International has funded two new SVI research projects looking at the role of immune T cells in type 1 diabetes. This research has the potential

Exploring the cellular energy balancing act

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SVI researchers will explore how cells retain the energy they need to function, thanks to a new three-year Australian Research Council Discovery

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