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Melbourne scientists dominate international Howard Hughes Medical Institute awards

n presenting cells induce the body to produce elevated numbers of CD8+ memory T cells during acute and persistent viral infections. These memory T cells are vital to long-term protection of the body against subsequent viral infection.

Professor Geoff McFadden; The University of Melbourne: to investigate a tiny and vital organelle, the apicoplast, within the malaria parasite. The aim is to understand how drugs that disrupt the apicoplast work and how the apicoplast is powered.

Associate Professor Alex Andrianopoulos; The University of Melbourne: to investigate the human pathogen Penicillium marneffei, a fungus that can grow in either a unicellular or multicellular form, depending on the temperature surrounding it; and to determine the genes controlling this change of form at the molecular and cellular level.


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