Seminar Room 2003

Characterisation of Innate-like T cells in Human Blood and Tissues

Presented by: Dr Daniel Pellicci from Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

Dr Pellicci completed his PhD in 2013 in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Melbourne. He is Group Leader of the Cellular Immunology group at MCRI and his research uses flow cytometry, protein biochemistry and transcriptome analysis to understand the role of Innate-like T cells in health and disease. His research is currently supported by an NHMRC RD Wright Fellowship and several NHMRC project grants. Dr Pellicci was recently awarded a CSL Centenary Fellowship, which commenced in January 2019. 

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