Dr Sidonia Eckle’s research aims to determine if mucosal-associated invariant T cells mediate food allergies.
Dr Rachel Peters is researching if resolution of vitamin D deficiency predicts resolution of food allergy in infants.
Dr Jason Trubiano’s team aims to study high risk drug allergies by building a special registry called AUS-SCAR.
Dr Tri Phan’s research will utilise machine-based learning to improve the diagnosis of primary immunodeficiency.
Dr Samantha Chan’s research aims to improve the utility of next-generation sequencing in Hereditary Angioedema.
Dr Ullah, a respiratory immunologist, is investigating the consequences of allergen exposure in the lungs and the processes that predispose to allergic sensitisation.
Dr Marcia Munoz is undertaking research that could lead to a new treatment for MKD that could revolutionise the lives of children and adults with the disease.
Dr Pravin Hissaria’s team is assessing whether treatment for allergic reactions to Jack Jumper Ant stings, a uniquely Australian problem, is effective.
Dr Sam Mehr’s research involves gaining a better understanding of what genes are switched on in Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES) reaction.
Dr Peter Hsu is studying how the regulatory part of the immune system develops in healthy children, to research how this may be disturbed in children with allergies.
A/Prof Janet Davies is establishing Australia's first national standardised pollen monitoring program for reliable forecasts of allergenic pollen counts.
Dr Sandip Kamath is researching the cross reactivity of house dust mite allergy and shellfish allergy in children to try to develop a predictive tool.