Our work uses high-throughput molecular techniques, including proteomics, next generation sequencing, structural biology, bioinformatics and machine learning, to build a picture of system-wide biological activity and how this changes in the face of challenges from parasites, other infectious disease and cancer. This not only provides insight into the biology underlying disease but provides protein and peptide targets for drug and vaccine development, multi-molecule expression ‘signatures’ for the diagnosis and prognosis of disease and potential novel therapeutics in the form of peptides or small molecules.
Team Head: Associate Professor Jason Mulvenna
- Dr Sidney Jia, Affiliate
- Laura Grogan, Affiliate
- Mr Jeremy Potriquet, Research Assistant
- Taylor Smallwood, Visiting Student
- Mr Harshi Weerakoon, PhD Student
- Kate Jackson, PhD Student
- Carolina Verissimo, Affiliate
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