Projects per year
Dr. Kylie M, Ph.D, is a National Breast Cancer Foundation Career Development Fellow within the Departmentof Biochemistry and Mol. Biology, at Monash University (Clayton, Melbourne, Australia) and Head of the Cancer Targeting and Nuclear Therapeutics Laboratory. She got her B.Biomed.Sci.and her Ph.D.in Biochemistry at Monash University (Melbourne). Her research over the last 18 years has focused on the regulation of transport into and out of the eukaryotic cell nucleus, and how this relates to viral disease, cancer and development. She has c. 40 peer-reviewed publications (>1,000 citations; H-factor of 18). Her awards and prizes include National Breast Cancer Foundation, Career Development Fellowship(2017), the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) Young Scientist Program Prize (2009) and the Caroline Chisholm award for service (2015).
Transport of proteins between the cytoplasm and nucleus and the application of this to diseases including cancer and viral infection.
- Nuclear Transport
- Drug development
- anti-viral drugs
- Cell Biology
1/01/14 → 30/09/17
EcoHIV, a convenient, a biosafety level 2, mouse model for animal testing of HIV vaccines and anti-retroviral drugs
Wagstaff, K. M. & Suhrbier, A.
1/07/13 → 31/12/14
Research Output per year
Ivermectin is a specific inhibitor of importin alpha/beta-mediated nuclear import able to inhibit replication of HIV-1 and dengue virusWagstaff, K. M., Sivakumaran, H., Heaton, S. M., Harrich, D. & Jans, D. A., 2012, In : Biochemical Journal. 443, 3, p. 851 - 856 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review