Protein trafficking and inflammation

The cells and cytokines of inflammation, where control is everything. 

Inflammation is the 21st century epidemic, with a growing impact across chronic diseases prevalent in our societies. 

Aberrant control of inflammatory cells and cytokines is a key factor in rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes, neurodegenerative disease and chronic pulmonary, vascular and liver diseases and in cancer. 

 “We aim to understand the cellular processes that regulate inflammatory cytokines and find ways we can intervene in order to ameliorate inflammation in chronic disease,” said Group Leader Professor Jennifer Stow.

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Prof Jenny Stow

Professor Jenny Stow

Professorial Research Fellow
Deputy Director (Research)
Institute for Molecular Bioscience

  +61 7 3346 2110  
  j.stow@imb.uq.edu.au
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  Centre for Inflammation and Disease Research


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  • Mr Nicholas Condon

    Higher degree by research (PhD) student
    Institute for Molecular Bioscience
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    Institute for Molecular Bioscience
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    Higher degree by research (PhD) student
    Institute for Molecular Bioscience
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    Higher degree by research (PhD) student
    Institute for Molecular Bioscience