Professor Carola Vinuesa: Recognized in Australia on the Forefront of Personalized Immunology Research

Nov 26, 2019 | Australian National University, Immunology, Investigator Content, Investigator Profiles, Personalized Medicine, Vinuesa, Carola Content

Professor Carola Vinuesa: Recognized in Australia on the Forefront of Personalized Immunology Research

Professor Carola Vinuesa, Co-Director of the Centre for Personalised Immunology, recently became the first female researcher at the Australian National University (ANU) to be listed—an outcome of her extensive research into personalized medicine and autoimmune disease

Professor Vinuesa is the Head, Department of Pathogens and Immunity at the John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University College of Health & Medicine. Some core areas of study and interest include autoimmunity, antibodies, lupus, human exome sequencing, and more. Thanks in part to her work, ANU was awarded $7.3 million in government funding to contribute precision research in immunology.

Call to Action: Interested in partnering with ANU? We include professor Vineusa’s contact information.

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