Dr Nick Scott and his team use maths to outsmart deadly infectious diseases and save vulnerable lives.
Annamarie’s PhD project involves studying the evolution of alternate co-receptor use by dual tropic (R5X4) HIV-1 viruses for entry in target cells. The project aims to identify regions or determinants within HIV’s envelope glycoproteins, gp120 and gp41, the main mediators of HIV entry into target cells that play significant roles in alternate coreceptor use by this subset of viruses.
2014 – current: PhD student
2008 – 2012: Research Assistant
2013: BSc (Hons), University of Melbourne, Australia
2006: BSc (Hons), University of Papua New Guinea
2005: BBioMed Sci, Monash University
Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) for PhD Studies