Professor Paul Hertzog
Centre for Innate Immunity and Infectious Diseases
NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellow
Professor Paul Hertzog is Director of the Centre for Innate Immunity and Infectious Diseases and Deputy Director of the Monash Institute of Medical Research. He is an NHMRC Senior Principal Fellow with an established record in research into the immune responses to cancer and infectious diseases. His research interests include genetically modified mouse models of disease, cytokine signalling and gene regulatory networks.
His achievements include a long track record of national and international grants and publications in several high impact journals including Cell, Nature Immunology and the Journal of Clinical Investigation. He has also served on NHMRC and Cure Cancer grant assessment panels and many editorial boards including the Journal of Biological Chemistry, Carcinogenesis and Journal of Interferon and Cytokine Research.
Professor Hertzog is cofounder and convenor of the Monash Infection and Immunity Network and Victorian Infection and Immunity Network which runs the Lorne Infection and Immunity Conference.
Further information about Professor Hertzog can be accessed here.