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Simone focuses her PhD project on identifying the molecular pathways underpinning clotting and bleeding in patients with blood cancers.
How do international students at JCSMR cope with disruption and loss during the COVID-19 pandemic?
ANU researchers have identified a gene called TLR7 that, when over-activated, is responsible for causing the autoimmune disease lupus.
PhD student Shouya Feng won the Australian Society for Microbiology NSW-ACT Branch Student Travel Award.
New article in Nature Reviews Cancer looks at what is known about pattern recognition receptors in cancer and discusses future directions.
JCSMR researchers and collaborators have made the first accurate quantification of the movement pattern of liver-localised CD8 T cells.
Awarded PhB student Max Kirkby returns to JCSMR for his Honours year.
The prize is awarded by the journal Cells to one student worldwide. Congratulations, Anukriti!
JCSMR researchers and collaborators have identified a striking feature of blood cells in type 1 diabetes.
ANU researchers have identified why certain cells in the body go rogue and promote the onset of autoimmune diseases such as MS.
Researchers have identified a gene which shows the kidney has its own way of resisting damage.
PhD student Cynthia Turnbull is on a journey to understand a complex autoimmune condition and find a way to treat it.