Damage Associated Molecular Patterns
Dendritic Cell Receptors
Dendritic Cell Function
Mireille Lahoud heads a research group focussed on Dendritic Cell Receptors, their role in pattern recognition and their application for immune modulation. She completed her PhD and her early postdoctoral training at Monash University, where she focussed on identification of novel DNA binding proteins.
She then applied her molecular expertise to the molecular analysis of dendritic cell (DC) subsets in Professor Shortman's team at The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. Assoc. In 2012, she established a research team to focus on Dendritic Cell Receptors at Burnet Institute. In 2015, she relocated her team to Monash University.
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Episode 19: COVID-19 – Where to next?
In this first A Different Lens Live, an online panel of leading Monash academics discusses your burning questions about where to next regarding the coronavirus.