Dr Daniel Pellicci received his PhD in 2013 and was supported by an NHMRC Peter Doherty Fellowship. His research is focused on understanding the biology of unconventional T cells in the human immune system. Unconventional T cells make up a large proportion of T cells in humans and rapidly mount potent immune responses upon activation. For this reason, unconventional T cells represent potentially important immunotherapeutic targets. Daniel’s research is currently supported by several NHMRC project grants and an NHMRC RD Wright Fellowship.