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Keaton Crosse Graduate Researcher, Physiology Anatomy & Microbiology

Keaton is a final year Ph.D. candidate in the Helbig Laboratory for Antiviral Innate Immunology and Viral Genomics within the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Microbiology at La Trobe University.

Keaton's research investigates the broad antiviral activity of the host interferon stimulated gene viperin, particularly its ability to augment the innate immune response. His research utilises many specialised in vitro based assays to determine the molecular function of innate immune signalling proteins during viral infection.

Keaton is extremely passionate about achieving successful clinical outcomes through innovative scientific research and strives to contribute to both our understanding of viral disease as well as to the development of novel antiviral therapeutics.

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