We are a highly interactive group, and as such we collaborate with many researchers that have similar interests to us.

  • Robin May

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    We collaborate with Robin to understand the mechanisms fungi use to evade the immune system.

  • Anne-Marie Krachler

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    Together with Anne-Marie, we are interested in identifying ploymicrobial interactions between fungi and bacteria. Our main focus lies in the interactions that occur between the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa and the fungus Candida albicans.

  • Donna MacCallum

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    Donna is an expert in fungal infection models. We collaborate with Donna to better understand the impact the environment has on the progression of fungal disease.

  • David Williams

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    We collaborate with David to gain understanding of the structure of the outer mannan layer of the fungal cell wall.

  • Julian Naglik

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    Together with Julian's group we are addressing how the environment influences mucosal immunity.

  • Neil Gow

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    We work with Neil's group to understand fungal glycosylation and it's role in innate immune recognition of fungal pathogens.