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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

  • Roczo-Farkas, S, Cowley, D, Bines, JE, the Australian Rotavirus Surveillance Group. Australian Rotavirus Surveillance Program: Annual Report, 2017.. Commun Dis Intell (2018) 43: 2019
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  • Bines, J, Christine Jo, S-Y, Shalley, H, Evans, V, Rogers, E, King, S, Standish, J, Yap, J, McCallum, Z. P1.26: The impact of advances in intestinal rehabilitation strategies and PN management on the outcome of children with Chronic Intestinal Failure. Transplantation 103(7S2) : s72 -s72 2019
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  • Clark, A, van Zandvoort, K, Flasche, S, Sanderson, C, Bines, J, Tate, J, Parashar, U, Jit, M. Efficacy of live oral rotavirus vaccines by duration of follow-up: a meta-regression of randomised controlled trials.. Lancet Infect Dis 19(7) : 717 -727 2019
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  • Zemrani, B, Bines, JE. Monitoring of long-term parenteral nutrition in children with intestinal failure.. JGH Open 3(2) : 163 -172 2019
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  • At Thobari, J, Satria, CD, Ridora, Y, Watts, E, Handley, A, Samad, S, Bachtiar, NS, Bines, JE, Soenarto, Y, Buttery, JP. Antimicrobial use in an Indonesian community cohort 0-18 months of age.. PLoS One 14(8) : e0219097 2019
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