Ms. Shirley Hanley BSc, MSc, PhD.
|My research background is in molecular microbiology of both human and plant pathogens. I have also worked in industry and have experience in the medical device and microbiological media manufacturing industries. I am currently employed as senior technical officer in the immunology and transplant biology group in REMEDI. My specific area of technical expertise is flow cytometry and flourescence activated cell sorting.|
|Immunopathology of acute kidney injury.|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Shi XJ (Shi, Xiaoju), Hanley SA (Hanley, Shirley A.), Faray-Kele MC (Faray-Kele, Marie-Claire), Fawell SC (Fawell, Stuart C.), Aduse-Opoku J (Aduse-Opoku, Joseph), Whiley RA (Whiley, Robert A.), Curtis MA (Curtis, Michael A.), Hall LMC (Hall, Lucinda M. C.) (2007) 'The rag locus of Porphyromonas gingivalis contributes to virulence in a murine model of soft tissue destruction'. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 75 (4):2071-2074. [Details]|
|Duffy M (Duffy, Michelle)1, Pindjakova J (Pindjakova, Jana)1, Weidhofer G (Weidhofer, Gudrun)1, Hanley S (Hanley, Shirley)1, Mahon BP (Mahon, Bernard P.)2, Ceredig R (Ceredig, Rhodri)1, Griffin M (Griffin, Matthew)1 (2010) 'Mesenchymal Stromal Cells (MSCs) Potently Inhibit the Primary Induction of T-Helper 17 Cells through Cell-Cell Contact'. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TRANSPLANTATION, 10 (4):465-465. [Details]|