Dr Jacqueline Flynn

Senior Research Fellow
School Health and Biomedical Sciences
RMIT University

jacqueline.flynn@rmit.edu.au

Research Activities

A postdoctoral scientist in the HIV Molecular Pathogenesis Laboratory, Jacqueline has a keen interest in both virology and immunology, and aims to reduce the burden of infectious disease worldwide.

Jacqueline's research interests include how HIV enters cells of the immune system with a focus upon alterations in the T cell subset HIV infects, the development of viral reservoirs, HIV pathogenesis and the development of novel entry inhibitors.

Research Activities HIV-1 Entry, Inhibition of HIV-1 Entry, HIV-1 tropism

Techniques/Expertise

An array of virology and immunology techniques including expertise in CD4 T cell subsets, viral infection assays, flow cytometry, primary cell culture, viral entry assays, drug inhibition assays, clinical cohort and clinical trials.

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Upcoming Events

  • Nov 1

    Cytokines 2020

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  • Nov 5

    The 18th Asia Pacific Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infection

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  • Nov 12

    World Pneumonia Day