Membrane fusion in macrophage function. (2010–2013)

Macrophages are important cells at the front-line of immunity where one of their main roles is to release anti-bacterial proteins. We will study the macrophage molecules, subcellular organelles and pathways that help to release these proteins to kill backteria and fight infection. Our studies will identify new cellular targets for boosting immunity and treating inherited diseases with defective macrophage function.
Grant type:
NHMRC Project Grant
Funded by:
National Health and Medical Research Council