A/Prof David Anderson

Deputy Director
Centre for Biomedical Research
Burnet Institute

anderson@burnet.edu.au

Research Activities

Our major activities are in translational research in two areas:
(1) the development of rapid, point-of-care and/or laboratory-based assays for the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases including HIV, syphilis;
(2) vaccine development using a novel virus-like particle (VLP) technology, especially for malaria. Collaborations in understanding virology and immune responses in influenza and hepatitis C, respectively, and interactions of viruses with polarized hepatocytes.

Techniques/Expertise

Assay development, validation and pilot manufacture for ELISA and rapid, point of care tests (including contract services); VLP vaccine development and immunogenicity testing.

Collaborations

Suzanne Crowe
Brendan Crabb
Greg Tannock, Burnet Institute
Alan Landay, Rush University, Chicago
Tom Denny, Duke University, Durham
Shelley Walton, Central Queensland University
Bill Heath, Axxin Ltd
A/Prof Rosemary Ffrench

Other Lab Members

Mary Garcia
Simone van de Waarsenburg
Nadine Barnes
Peter Williamson
Joy Liu (UROP student)

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Upcoming Events

  • Jul 30

    2018 World Hepatitis Day Symposium: Preventing Disease, Preventing Deaths

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  • Aug 13

    11th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference

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  • Aug 14

    14th International Congress of Parasitology

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