Project Research theme Group
A chytrid fungus nanobody toolkit and genetic transformation approaches
    A yeast surface display nanobody factory
      ANU International applicants for PhDs in Biomedical Science and Biochemistry
        Caenorhabditis elegans as a potential animal model to study host-pathogen interactions
          Cellular adaptations that allow the transmission and survival of Plasmodium falciparum when taken up by the mosquito
            Engineering the secretory pathways of yeast
              Erythrocyte membrane modifications during malaria infection
                Function of molecular chaperones in the export and display of parasite proteins
                  Molecular tools to reveal protein function and identify drug targets
                    New molecular targets for drugs to treat human and animal nematode parasites
                      Novel nutrient/metabolite transporters in apicomplexan parasites
                        Nutrient acquisition in apicomplexan parasites
                          Plasmodium falciparum lipid metabolism as a target for malaria intervention strategies
                            Shigella virulence and vaccine development
                              Sponge and coral microbiomes
                                Structural basis of Endometriosis
                                  SynBio enabled biosensors
                                    Targeting ion transport in apicomplexan parasites with new generation antimalarials
                                      The biology of the mitochondrion of apicomplexan parasites
                                        Understanding how gram-negative bacteria respond to oxidative stress
                                          Understanding the pathogenesis of the urinary tract pathogen Proteus mirabilis