Jeremy Brooks, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of Queensland, AustraliaPhD03/2019B cell biology
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    2019Selected for Tsinghua-RIKEN IMS Summer School
    2018Frazer Family Foundation Travel Fellowship
    2018Federation of Immunological Societies of Asia-Oceania Travel Grant
    2018Keystone Future of Science Grant
    2018Australasian Society for Immunology Travel Grant
    2018Faculty of Medicine International Travel Grant
    2017Jian Zhou Pre-Doctoral Award
    2017Children's Hospital Foundation Grant
    2016International Congress of Immunology Travel Grant
    2016Diamantina Institute Travel Grant
    2015  - 2019Research Training Program Scholarship
    2014Medical Science Honours Scholarship
    2014Ranked First in Graduating Class
    2013Dean's Academic Excellence Award
    2012Dean's Academic Excellence Award

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    Studying negative regulators of B cell responses

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    1. Brooks JF, Liu X, Davies JM, Wells JW, Steptoe RJ. Tetramer-based identification of naïve antigen-specific B cells within a polyclonal repertoire. Eur J Immunol. 2018 07; 48(7):1251-1254. PMID: 29572817.
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    2. Al-Kouba J, Wilkinson AN, Starkey MR, Rudraraju R, Werder RB, Liu X, Law SC, Horvat JC, Brooks JF, Hill GR, Davies JM, Phipps S, Hansbro PM, Steptoe RJ. Allergen-encoding bone marrow transfer inactivates allergic T cell responses, alleviating airway inflammation. JCI Insight. 2017 Jun 02; 2(11). PMID: 28570267.
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    3. Bhatt KH, Rudraraju R, Brooks JF, Jung JW, Galea R, Wells JW, Steptoe RJ. Short-course rapamycin treatment enables engraftment of immunogenic gene-engineered bone marrow under low-dose irradiation to permit long-term immunological tolerance. Stem Cell Res Ther. 2017 03 09; 8(1):57. PMID: 28279220.
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