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

Top Publications

  • Tosif, S, Haycroft, ER, Sarkar, S, Toh, ZQ, Ha, LA, Donato, CM, Selva, KJ, Hoq, M, Overmars, I, Nguyen, J, et al. Virology and immune dynamics reveal high household transmission of ancestral SARS‐CoV‐2 strain. Pediatric Allergy and Immunology 33(7) : 10.1111/pai.13824 2022
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  • Donato, CM, Roczo-Farkas, S, Kirkwood, CD, Barnes, GL, Bines, JE. Rotavirus Disease and Genotype Diversity in Older Children and Adults in Australia. The Journal of Infectious Diseases 225(12) : jiaa430 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. The Lancet Infectious Diseases 22(5) : 668 -678 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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  • 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 Network Open 5(3) : e221313 2022
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