- Dr Kyohei Nakamura, QIMR Berghofer
Immunotherapy has emerged as a new pillar in cancer treatment. Our research team is investigating how we can improve anti-tumour immune responses against blood cancers.
This project is based at QIMR Berghofer (Herston).
Research activities include:
- laboratory experiments
- data collection
- data analysis.
With support from staff, you'll perform in vitro and in vivo experiments using blood cancer models.
You'll learn basic knowledge in cancer immunology and research techniques including:
- cell culture, molecular biology
- standard assays in immunology (flow cytometry, ELISA, immunoblots)
- animal experiments (including bioluminescence imaging).
You'll have access to supervision and training, lab space, desk space and a computer.
Skills and experience
This project is suitable for students who would like to learn basic laboratory skills in life science, particularly in the cancer immunology field.
Contact the supervisor for more information: Kyohei.Nakamura@qimrberghofer.edu.au