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Research Biography

Prof Rogers is a molecular microbiologist and microbial ecologist. He is a Matthew Flinders Fellow, and an NHMRC Senior Fellow, and leads a laboratory based within the School of Medicine and Public Health. His research programme focuses on the contribution of human-associated microbiota to health and disease. He is the Director, Microbiome Research at SAHMRI and leads the FHMRI Infection and Immunity programme.

Research Expertise

  • Microbiome modelling
  • Respiratory infection
  • Disease dynamics

Research Biography

Contribution of human-associated microbiota to health and disease

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Molecular Genetics, King's College London

… → 2004

Bachelor of Science (Honours), Molecular Microbiology, University of Edinburgh

… → 1999

External positions

Director, Microbiome and Host Health, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute

1 Jan 2019 → …


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