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Dr

Sarah Dunstan

Senior Research Fellow
typhoid fever
tuberculosis
genomics
enteric fever
GWAS
TB
diagnosis
WGS
drug resistance
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Dr

Sarah Dunstan

 
Division
Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
 
Primary Interest
Human Genomics Of Typhoid Fever Susceptibility And Vaccine Response
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Dr

Sarah Dunstan

 

Dr Sarah Dunstan is a Senior Research Fellow. Sarah uses genomics to understand host-pathogen interactions of infectious diseases.

Sarah completed her PhD at the University of Melbourne in 1998 then undertook a postdoctoral at Imperial College, London. In 2001, Sarah joined the Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, Vietnam and headed up the Human Genetics group. Sarah developed a large program of work on enteric fever, tuberculosis and malaria. In 2013, Sarah returned to the University of Melbourne to continue infectious disease human genomics, and expanded her research to include pathogen genomics. In a separate role for the Doherty Institute, Sarah is developing and implementing a strategy to facilitate and support multi-disciplinary clinical research and to enhance its impact.

Projects

Displaying the 12 most recent projects by Sarah Dunstan.

12

Projects

Project Types


10

Research Grant


2

Research Contracts


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 89 most recent scholarly works by Sarah Dunstan.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2009

Exceptional Merit Award, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine

Oxford University

2006

Exceptional Merit Award, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine

Oxford University

1996

Australian Postgraduate Award

1990

HECS exemption scholarship, Monash University

4

Awards

Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Microbiology And Immunology

Senior Research Fellow

Doherty Institute

Member

Australian Infectious Disease Genomics Alliance

Member

Women in Science in the Parkville Precinct (WISPP) Gender Equity Taskforce

Member

Women in Science in the Parkville Precinct (WISPP) Gender Equity Taskforce

Associate Member

Centre for Systems Genomics, University of Melbourne

Member

Tuberculous Meningitis International Research Consortium

Member

1000 Genomes Project, Samples/Ethical Legal and Social Implications Group, NHGRI, NIH, USA

Member

MRC Centre for Genomics and Global Health, Oxford University, UK

Member

MalariaGEN genomic epidemiology network, Oxford University, UK

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Science with Honours

Monash University