CiiiD's Tuesday seminar, 16 May, will feature Dr Gregory Moseley, head of the Viral Pathogenesis Lab in Monash University's Department of Microbiology.
The title of Greg's talk is: The P protein axis: a central target to prevent lethal rabies disease?
1-2pm, Tuesday 16 May
Seminar Room 1, Level 2, TRF
Chair: Dr San Lim
Greg Moseley is head of the Viral Pathogenesis Laboratory. After graduating from the University of York, he undertook research toward a PhD at The University of Sheffield and Walter & Eliza Hall Institute on the roles of tetraspanin proteins in immunology and infection. Under the auspices of a Royal Society research fellowship, he took a research position at the Austin Research Institute, and subsequently moved to the Dept. of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at Monash University to pursue research investigating protein trafficking. At Monash, he established an independent laboratory to investigate the molecular mechanisms underlying viral immune evasion and pathogenicity, as well as undertaking fellowship research in the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (France) and Gifu University (Japan). In 2013, he was awarded the Grimwade Fellowship and relocated his laboratory to the University of Melbourne, and in 2017 was recruited to the Department of Microbiology in Monash University to take a tenured position specialising in molecular virology and the pathogen-host interface.
Seminars for the Centre for Inflammatory Diseases are held from 12-1pm in the same room. The CID seminar schedule can be found here: http://www.med.monash.edu.au/scs/medicine/cid/seminar-series.html