Congratulations to the Phenomics Australia users elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science!

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Congratulations to all the new Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science elected in 2023 award especially to Phenomics Australia users. Well done!

Discover the scientists behind their discoveries. Check the videos from the Australian Academy of Science that will take you inside the science and the lives of some of our greatest living researchers.

Prof Mariapia Degli-Esposti FAA FAHMS studies the delicate balance between immune response and regulation. Her work has expanded our understanding of natural killer cells—revealing their influence on autoimmunity and their role in limiting inflammation.

Professor Degli-Esposti is exploring the regulation of the immune system. As a new AAS Fellow, she describes the challenge. Video courtesy of the AAS.

New Academy Fellow Prof Jian Li FAA says his early morning green tea prepares him for his day fighting superbugs. World Health Organization says antibiotic resistance is one of the three greatest challenges to global health, yet few companies are working on it.

On a mission to combat superbugs, Professor Jian Li is exploring two main approaches: optimising antibiotic use and developing novel therapeutics driven by long-term basic research. As a new AAS Fellow, he describes the challenge. Video courtesy of the AAS.

Read more about the researchers from the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute elected Academy Fellows on Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute News.

Read more about each of the 20 newly elected 2023 Australian Academy of Science Fellows on the AAS News website.

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