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Capucine Penicaud

Capucine Penicaud

Capucine Penicaud

(04) 68 314 048 | [email protected]

Position:
Program Manager for the International Coalition to Eliminate HBV (ICE-HBV)
Theme(s):
Antimicrobial Resistance and Healthcare Associated Infections, Malaria, Tuberculosis, Viral Infectious Diseases, Hepatitis , HIV
Discipline(s):
Clinical Research, Education & Professional Development, Epidemiology, Global Health, Indigenous Health, Public Health
Unit(s):
Doherty Directorate, Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory (VIDRL)
Lab Group(s):
Revill Group

Capucine Penicaud is Programe Manager for the International Coalition to Eliminate HBV (ICE-HBV). She leads the secretariat of the Coalition based at the Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity in Melbourne, Australia. Her portfolio also includes managing the Doherty Institute’s research Themes and Cross-cutting Disciplines’ programme. She has over ten years of experience in international development and global health, both in non-profit (International AIDS Society) and government organisations (French Foreign Affairs Ministry). Her work focuses on the design of international strategic research initiatives such as the IAS’ Towards an HIV Cure programme and ICE-HBV.

  • Publications
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    Research Groups
    • Revill Group

      Peter’s group investigates the role of different HBV genotypes and variants in the HBV life cycle, disease progression and treatment response. This includes the role of splice variants, which his team has shown are predictive of liver cancer.


      Lab Team

      Revill Group

      • Tina Sozzi
        Senior Research Assistant
      • Dr Liz Bannister
        PhD candidate
      • Dr Zina Valaydon
        PhD candidate
      • Miss Thao Huynh
        Honours student
      • Mr Hugh Mason
        Research Assistant

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