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Dr. Remy Robert is a research fellow in the Department of Molecular biology and Biochemistry (Monash University). Dr Robert is specialized in therapeutic antibody development and antibody engineering. During his PhD in Bordeaux, he developed new techniques to isolate antibodies in in vivodisease model using phage display technology. In 2007, CSIRO offered him a Postdoctoral Fellowship in the area of protein and antibody engineering. During those 3 years in Professor Pete Hudson laboratory, he mastered all the different aspects of his discipline by learning new antibody techniques. In 2011, Dr Robert joined the laboratory of Professor Charles Mackay in Monash University as a research fellow. Dr Robert’s goal is to move academic science into translation in the form of new antibody therapies using cutting-edge protein engineering techniques and human receptor knock-in mice.

Research area keywords

  • Antibody Therapy
  • Protein engineering
  • Inflammation
  • Autoimmunity


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