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EDUCATION

Research Projects

Project: What makes long-lived memories?

Beattie Group

We have a number of unique T cell priming reagents that generate liver-resident memory T cells with different lifespans. We are using advanced immunological techniques such as single cell RNA sequencing and CRISPR gene knockdown to figure out why some Trm live longer than others. 

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Project Supervisor

Dr Lynette Beattie

Project Co-supervisor

Prof William Heath

Project availability
PhD/MPhil
Master of Biomedical Science
Honours

Beattie Group

lynette.beattie@unimelb.edu.au

3 vacancies

Themes
Immunology
Bacterial and Parasitic Infections
Cross Cutting Disciplines
Discovery Research

Dr Beattie works closely with the Heath laboratory to investigate fundamental immunological questions around optimal priming for the generation of effective and long-lived immune responses to pathogens, including malaria. 


Beattie Group Current Projects