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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

  • Toh, ZQ, Anderson, J, Mazarakis, N, Neeland, M, Higgins, RA, Rautenbacher, K, Dohle, K, Nguyen, J, Overmars, I, Donato, C, et al. Reduced seroconversion in children compared to adults with mild COVID-19. 2024
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  • Benedicto-Matambo, P, Bines, JE, Malamba-Banda, C, Shawa, IT, Barnes, K, Kamn’gona, AW, Hungerford, D, Jambo, KC, Iturriza-Gomara, M, Cunliffe, NA, et al. Leveraging Beneficial Off-target Effects Of Live-attenuated Rotavirus Vaccines. 2024
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  • Tosif, S, Haycroft, ER, Sarkar, S, Toh, ZQ, Anh-ha, DL, 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. 2024
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  • Middleton, BF, Danchin, M, Cunliffe, NA, Jones, MA, Boniface, K, Kirkwood, CD, Gallagher, S, Kirkham, L-A, Granland, C, McNeal, M, et al. Histo-blood Group Antigen status of Australian Aboriginal children and seropositivity following oral rotavirus vaccination. 2024
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  • Donato, CM, Handley, A, Byars, SG, Bogdanovic-Sakran, N, Lyons, EA, Watts, E, Ong, DS, Pavlic, D, Thobari, JA, Satria, CD, et al. "Vaccine take of RV3-BB rotavirus vaccine observed in Indonesian infants regardless of HBGA status".. J Infect Dis 2023
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