Welcome to the research site of the Immune Dynamics team, a multi-disciplinary collaboration between the Sydney Cytometry Core Research Facility and multiple research and technology labs at the University of Sydney and the Centenary Institute; integrating expertise in immunology, infectious disease, single-cell & imaging technologies, computational biology, and data science. Initiated through a seed grant from the Sydney Institute for Infectious Diseases, our team is interested in the single-cell systems immunology of inflammation and infectious disease, developing novel single-cell and imaging methods, as well as advanced computational analysis approaches, to comprehensively map dynamic immune repsonses at the single cell level over time. We have a particular interest in the study of emerging infectious diseases, including COVID-19, and viral encephalitis.
For more information, check out our team, research, community, and resource pages.
2021-09-06 - An updated guide for the perplexed - cytometry in the high-dimensional era (Nature Immunology)
2021-06-10 - Preprint - TrackSOM - mapping immune response dynamics through sequential clustering of time- and disease-course single-cell cytometry data
Seminar - Integration, exploration, and analysis of high-dimensional single-cell cytometry data using Spectre - applications in viral encephalitis and COVID-19 (Leiden University Medical Center, Thursday 11-March, 9 am CET, 7 pm AEDT)
2021-02-10 - 'Integrated immune dynamics define correlates of COVID-19 severity and antibody responses' published
2021-02-03 - 'Using single-cell cytometry to illustrate integrated multi-perspective evaluation of clustering algorithms using Pareto fronts' published
2021-11-18 - Oz Single Cell webinar series 2020 (computational biology) deeper insights into single cells
2020-10-28 - 'Integration, exploration, and analysis of high-dimensional single-cell cytometry data using Spectre' published