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Helen Mcguire

Helen McGuire

Research Fellow, University of Sydney, Australia

B.MedSci Hons, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia,
Dip. Innovation Management, UNSW,
Ph.D. (Immunology), UNSW,
Grad Cert Research Management and Commercialisation, UNSW,
National Health and Medical Research Council Early Career Fellow, Stanford University, USA

Scientific Interest and Avenues for Collaboration I am a highly driven researcher with an emphasis on how technology can be utilised to study different aspects of immunology, coordinated through my position is as a Research Officer at the Ramaciotti Facility for Human Systems Biology (RFHSB) and the Discipline of Pathology, at the University of Sydney. My research focus and interest lies in the clinical application of immunological studies to a range of human diseases, and am particularly passionate about applying recent technological advances such as mass cytometry. Leading Australia’s mass cytometry experience, I focus on the utility of high-resolution mass cytometry for clinical profiling. I am committed to sharing my knowledge of mass cytometry, through training and coordination of collaborative projects within RFHSB largely across a diversity of clinical applications. Collaborators span groups local to the University of Sydney campus and associated Institutes, as well as interstate and internationally.

Participation / Support of ISAC

  •  Member of partner organization, the Australasian Cytometry Society (ACS) since 2013
  • ACS conference committee for ASM Sydney (2016), ACS Research liaison (2017)
  • ACS Treasurer (2018-present)
  • CYTO Asia attendee (2017)
  • Reviewer for Cytometry Part A (2019-present)