Brad Sleebs-Lab team

Brad Sleebs-Lab team

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Lab team

Our laboratory has a strong focus on chemical biology and early-stage drug discovery. We integrate an array of multi-disciplinary approaches at the interface of biology and chemistry. Our team collaborates closely with other labs at our institute and industry partners targeting infectious disease and cancer.

Trent Ashton, Senior Research Officer, PhD Monash

Project: Development of small molecules for the treatment of malaria (in collaboration with industry partners and the Burnet Institute)

 

William Nguyen, Senior Research Officer, PhD Monash

Project: Development of small molecules for the treatment of malaria (in collaboration with the Burnet Institute)

 

Nghi Nguyen, Senior Research Officer, PhD La Trobe

Project: Development of small molecules for the treatment of nematode diseases (in collaboration with School of Veterinary Biosciences, University of Melbourne)

 

Madeline Dans, Research Officer, PhD Deakin

Development of small molecules for the treatment of malaria (in collaboration with industry partners and the Infection and Immunity division)

 

Iain Currie, Research Officer, PhD Curtin

Project: Development of small molecules as an immuno-oncology therapy (in collaboration with industry and the Inflammation and Molecular Immunology divisions)

 

Lydia Scott, Research Officer, PhD Monash

Project: Development of small molecules as an immuno-oncology therapy (in collaboration with industry and the Inflammation and Molecular Immunology divisions)

 

Hao Chen, PhD Student, BioMed (Masters) Melbourne

Project: Development of small molecule probes targeting SH2 domain proteins (in collaboration with the Inflammation and Structural Biology divisions)

 

Brodie Bailey, PhD Student, BSc(Hons) Auckland

Project: Development of small molecules for the treatment of malaria (in collaboration with industry partners and the Infection and Immunity division)

 

Harrison Shanley, PhD Student, BSc(Hons) Monash

Project: Development of small molecules for the treatment of nematode diseases (in collaboration with School of Veterinary Biosciences, University of Melbourne)

 

Wenyin Su, PhD Student, Masters Nanjing

Project: Development of small molecules for the treatment of malaria (in collaboration with industry partners and the Infection and Immunity division)

 

 

Past team members

Lars Cullinane Stevens, Research Assistant
Lachie Richardson, Hons Student
Bethany Davey, Masters Student
Luke Williams, Undergraduate Student
Line Jespersen, Masters Student
Michelle Gazdik, PhD Student
Ranit Lahmy, Hons Student
Richard Bestel de Lezongard, Hons Student
Rachel Chambers, Research Assistant
Adrian DiRago, UROP Student