Antony Vinh

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20082020

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Biography

Dr Antony Vinh is a research fellow within the Department of Pharmacology. Dr Vinh completed his PhD in pharmacology, focusing on the role of the hexapeptide angiotensin fragment, angiotensin IV, in atherosclerosis and endothelial dysfunction at Monash University. He then pursued postdoctoral training at Emory University, Atlanta, USA, under the mentorship of Prof David Harrison, investigating the role of adaptive immunity and T cells during the development of hypertension.

In 2010, Dr Vinh was recruited back to Monash Pharmacology as a Monash Larkins Fellow to continue his research on the expanding field of T cells and hypertension, with a particular focus on identifying the functional contribution of T cells to organ dysfunction associated with hypertension. The ultimate goal of his research is to understand how hypertension becomes an immunologic disorder, and identify novel immune targets to treat inflammation associated with hypertension. Dr Vinh currently holds a Monash Larkin Fellowship and Heart Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship and is funded by the Ramaciotti Foundation and Monash University.

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Deficiency of Prebiotic Fiber and Insufficient Signaling through Gut Metabolite-Sensing Receptors Leads to Cardiovascular Disease

Kaye, D. M., Shihata, W. A., Jama, H. A., Tsyganov, K., Ziemann, M., Kiriazis, H., Horlock, D., Vijay, A., Giam, B., Vinh, A., Johnson, C., Fiedler, A., Donner, D., Snelson, M., Coughlan, M. T., Phillips, S., Du, X. J., El-Osta, A., Drummond, G., Lambert, G. W. & 4 others, Spector, T. D., Valdes, A. M., Mackay, C. R. & Marques, F. Z., 1 Jan 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Circulation. p. 1393-1403 11 p.

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5 Citations (Scopus)

Distinct Redox Signalling following Macrophage Activation Influences Profibrotic Activity

Lewis, C. V., Vinh, A., Diep, H., Samuel, C. S., Drummond, G. R. & Kemp-Harper, B. K., 11 Nov 2019, In : Journal of Immunology Research. 2019, 15 p., 1278301.

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Effects of high- and low-dose aspirin on adaptive immunity and hypertension in the stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rat

Khan, S. I., Shihata, W. A., Andrews, K. L., Lee, M. K. S., Moore, X-L., Jefferis, A-M., Vinh, A., Gaspari, T., Dragoljevic, D., Jennings, G. L., Murphy, A. J. & Chin-Dusting, J. P. F., 1 Jan 2019, In : The FASEB Journal. 33, 1, p. 1510-1521 12 p.

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4 Citations (Scopus)

Pharmacological inhibition of the NLRP3 inflammasome reduces blood pressure, renal damage, and dysfunction in salt-sensitive hypertension

Krishnan, S. M., Ling, Y. H., Huuskes, B. M., Ferens, D. M., Saini, N., Chan, C. T., Diep, H., Kett, M. M., Samuel, C. S., Kemp-Harper, B. K., Robertson, A. A. B., Cooper, M. A., Peter, K., Latz, E., Mansell, A. S., Sobey, C. G., Drummond, G. R. & Vinh, A., 15 Mar 2019, In : Cardiovascular Research. 115, 4, p. 776-787 12 p.

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24 Citations (Scopus)