Posted under News

  1. Michael Duffy Radio Australia interview about severe malaria

    michael duffy Radio Australia MALARIA-rjg8x3 @radioaustralia  Seini F. Taumoepeau interviews Michael Duffy about severe malaria and potential vaccines on Pacific Mornings, Radio Australia Friday 4th May

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/duffy-lab/2018/05/07/michael-duffy-radio-australia-interview-about-severe-malaria

  2. THE GENES THAT TURN MALARIA INTO A KILLER

    “A small group of proteins are associated with the most severe strains of malarial infection and their discovery is a step towards a vaccine against the …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/duffy-lab/2018/04/09/the-genes-that-turn-malaria-into-a-killer

  3. Malaria’s most wanted: Identifying the deadliest strains to design a childhood vaccine

    Science Daily 20th March. “Researchers have identified a ‘genetic fingerprint’ associated with the most deadly strains of malaria parasites, making these unique DNA regions potential targets …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/duffy-lab/2018/04/09/malarias-most-wanted-identifying-the-deadliest-strains-to-design-a-childhood-vaccine

  4. new paper identifies severe malaria associated parasite proteins that might be vaccine candidates

    A new paper from our lab (Tonkin-Hill G et al ¬†The Plasmodium falciparum transcriptome in severe malaria reveals altered expression of genes involved in important processes …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/duffy-lab/2018/04/09/new-paper-identifies-severe-malaria-associated-parasite-proteins-that-might-be-vaccine-candidates

  5. Michael Duffy Malaria lab

    Michael Duffy malaria lab. Investigating host parasite interactions and the nuclear biology of P. falciparum

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/duffy-lab/2017/08/23/hello-world