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Stephen J. Turner

Lab Member, Department, Microbiology Monash University SEE FULL PROFILE

VIIN Industry Supporter

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VIIN Industry Supporter

Australia

Company Description

The VIIN evolved from the Monash Infection and Immunity Network (MIIN), a successful Monash Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences research initiative which began in 2004. The VIIN is now also supported by CSIRO Livestock Industries, The Burnet Insti... more

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Employment History

Department Head, Department of Microbiology

Monash University


Lecturer

Murdoch University


City Councillor - Ward 11

City of London


Director - Environmental Health and Infectious Diseases

Middlesex-London Health Unit


Deputy Chief - Professional Standards - Emergency Medical Services

Oxford County


Lecturer

Curtin University of Technology


Affiliations

The University of Melbourne

Information Technology Systems Manager


Global Information Inc.

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Pfizer Inc

Senior Research Fellow


National Health and Medical Research Council

RD Wright Research Fellow In the Department of Microbiology and Immunology


Australian Research Council

Future Fellow


Thomson Higher Education

Representative


St Judes Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, TN

Postdoctoral Fellow


Education

BSc Monash


PhD


PhD

Department of Pathology and Immunology

Monash University


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Richard Ferrero | Member Profile | VIIN

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Prof Stephen Turner
Department of Microbiology Monash University SEE FULL PROFILE >


commercial.unimelb.edu.au

Steven Turner
IT Services 9810 3363


Tony Sadler | Member Profile | VIIN

viin.org.au [cached]

Prof Stephen Turner
Department of Microbiology Monash University SEE FULL PROFILE >


Stephen Turner | Member Profile | VIIN

viin.org.au [cached]

Prof Stephen Turner
Department Head Department of Microbiology Monash University +61 3 9902 9138 stephen.j.turner@monash.edu


Events - Local Events - Sydney West Translational Cancer Research Centre

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Professor Stephen Turner, Monash University
Professor Stephen Turner is currently a NHMRC Principal Research Fellow and Chair, Department of Microbiology, Monash University. He was awarded his PhD in Viral Immunology from Monash University in 1997. He completed postdoctoral training with Dr Janet Ruby (University of Melbourne) studying pox viral pathogenesis, and then with Nobel Laureate, Professor Peter Doherty (St Jude Children's Research Hospital, USA) studying influenza virus-specific T cell immunity. He returned to the University of Melbourne in 2002, was awarded a NHMRC RD Wright Fellowship in 2005 establishing his own research group. He was awarded a Pfizer Australia Senior Research Fellowship in 2007, an ARC Future Fellowship in 2012, and is currently CIA on a NHMRC program grant that focuses on T cell immunity to influenza. His research interests utilize a combination of structural biology, genomics, systems biology, recombinant viral technology and cellular immunology to examine molecular factors that impact T cell responses to virus infection.


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