Dr. Michelle Wille is a molecular ecologist at the WHO Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza at the Peter Doherty Institute. She is interested in virus ecology, with a focus on avian influenza A virus and other RNA viruses in the wild bird system.
Dr. Vanessa Marcelino is a postdoctoral researcher at the Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity at the University of Sydney. She studies bacteria and microbial eukaryotes within microbial communities to understand their interactions with each other, with their hosts and environment, and their molecular evolution.
Professor Tania Sorrell is Co-Director of the Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity at the University of Sydney. She has a keen interest in the inter-relationship between the environment, plants, animals and humans – the concept of “One Planet - One Health”. She is particularly interested in tracking antimicrobial resistance its implications for human (and animal) health and for reducing this serious emerging health threat.
Professor Edward Holmes is an evolutionary biologist at the Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity at the University of Sydney. He is known for his work on the evolution and emergence of infectious diseases, particularly the mechanisms by which RNA viruses jump species boundaries to emerge in humans and other animals. He currently holds an ARC Australian Laureate Fellowship
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