Dr Gabriela Khoury

Research Fellow and Teaching Associate
Microbiology
Monash University

gabriela.khoury@monash.edu

Research Activities

My research focus is on HIV persistence during long term suppressive combination antiretroviral therapy. Specifically the quantification of viral reservoirs and understanding mechanisms of T-cell homeostasis during HIV infection. I also have a broad interest in the immunopathogenesis of other chronic infections.

Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology Social Media Manager.
Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology Day of Immunology Coordinator, Australia and New Zealand.
Associate Editor Clinical & Translational Immunology.

Publication list:  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gabriela_Khoury/publications
Twitter: @gabrielakhoury

Techniques/Expertise


Expertise
Immunology; T-cell Biology; Virology; Infectious Diseases; HIV and Host Pathogenesis; SARS CoV2; Molecular Biology; Clinical and Translational Immunology.

Technical

Quantitative PCR; Viral sequencing and phylogenetics; Clinical studies and samples; Flow Cytometery; Cell sorting; DNA and RNA; Tissue culture, primary and secondary cells; virology; cloning. 

Teaching
Immunology - Basic Immunology; Clinical Immunopathology; Immunology in health and disease; Cells, tissues and organisms.

Other skills
Science Communication; University and research management.  

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