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Role Group Leader / Snr Princ Research Fellow
Professor Julie Bines is the Group Leader for the Enteric Diseases group at MCRI.
Professor Julie Bines is the Group Leader for the Enteric Diseases group at MCRI.

Top Publications

  • Donato, CM, Roczo-Farkas, S, Kirkwood, CD, Barnes, GL, Bines, JE. Rotavirus Disease and Genotype Diversity in Older Children and Adults in Australia.. J Infect Dis 225(12) : 2116 -2126 2022
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  • Oktaria, V, Bines, JE, Murni, IK, Dinari, R, Indraswari, BW, Alvianita, A, Putri, DA, Danchin, M. Timeliness of routine childhood vaccinations in Indonesian infants in the first year of life.. Vaccine 40(21) : 2925 -2932 2022
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  • Witte, D, Handley, A, Jere, KC, Bogandovic-Sakran, N, Mpakiza, A, Turner, A, Pavlic, D, Boniface, K, Mandolo, J, Ong, DS, et al. Neonatal rotavirus vaccine (RV3-BB) immunogenicity and safety in a neonatal and infant administration schedule in Malawi: a randomised, double-blind, four-arm parallel group dose-ranging study.. Lancet Infect Dis 22(5) : 668 -678 2022
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  • Benedicto-Matambo, P, Bines, JE, Malamba-Banda, C, Shawa, IT, Barnes, K, Kamng'ona, AW, Hungerford, D, Jambo, KC, Iturriza-Gomara, M, Cunliffe, NA, et al. Leveraging Beneficial Off-Target Effects of Live-Attenuated Rotavirus Vaccines.. Vaccines (Basel) 10(3) : 2022
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  • Toh, ZQ, Anderson, J, Mazarakis, N, Neeland, M, Higgins, RA, Rautenbacher, K, Dohle, K, Nguyen, J, Overmars, I, Donato, C, et al. Comparison of Seroconversion in Children and Adults With Mild COVID-19.. JAMA Netw Open 5(3) : e221313 2022
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