A/Prof Michael Gantier
Centre for Innate Immunity and Infectious Diseases
Hudson Institute of Medical Research
Contract research opportunitiesScreening of molecules impacting Nucleic Acids Sensing pathways
Australian students looking for a PhD are welcome to contact us!
Research ActivitiesOur laboratory is interested in defining how nucleic acids control the interface between host and pathogens, and how this can lead to inflammatory diseases (as seen in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus).
We are actively developing novel therapies modulating nucleic acids sensing in the context of hyper-inflammation and auto-immunity, including with our commercial partner Pharmorage Pty Ltd.
Our expertise is highly relevant to the development of RNA therapeutics such as mRNA vaccines - please contact us if this and area you want to collaborate on this.
CollaborationsProf Bryan Williams
Dr Cameron Stewart
Prof Paul Hertzog
Dr Seth Masters
Prof Eric Morand
Dr Jaclyn Pearson
Prof Philip Bardin
Dr Dominic De Nardo