Enabling the collaborative research in Precision Health that is instrumental in the transition to preventative medicine

Clare Bryant

Medicine  Immunology  

Prof Bryant's research employs multidisciplinary approaches to understand how bacteria are detected by the host through Pattern Recognition Receptors (PRRs), and how PRR recognition of allergen proteins or toxic proteins produced by patients link to chronic inflammatory diseases such as allergies and Alzheimer’s

immunological recognition  effector mechanisms  

Andres Floto

Medicine  Immunology  

Prof Floto's research is focused on understanding how immune cells interact with bacteria, how intracellular killing and inflammation are regulated and sometimes subverted during infection, how population-level whole genome sequencing can be used to reveal biology of bacterial infection, and how therapeutic enhancement of cell-autonomous immunity may provide novel strategies to treat multi drug resistant pathogens.

immune cell  bacteria interaction  polulation level genome sequencing