School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Sciences
Byron Shue is a PhD candidate in the Viral Pathogenesis Research Laboratory, located at the Molecular Life Sciences building at the University of Adelaide. His research focuses on the complex array of host-virus interactions that occur between the flaviviruses (Zika, Dengue) and infected cells, facilitating the virus lifecycle with the overall aim of finding novel therapeutic targets against these globally significant pathogens. Utilising CRISPR/Cas-9 technology, Byron has discovered novel host proteins utilising a genome-wide approach that are hijacked by these viruses to complete their lifecycle and is currently characterising the function of these host factors to support virus infection.
Language Competency Chinese (Cantonese) Can speak and understand spoken Chinese (Mandarin) Can speak and understand spoken English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2015 - 2015 University of Adelaide Australia BSc. (Honours)
Year Citation 2019 Lim, C. K., Tran, B. M., Shue, B., Eyre, N., Flanagan, D., Vincan, E., . . . Beard, M. (2019). SAT-179-Human liver organoids culture as a novel in vitro model of HBV infection. Journal of Hepatology, 70(1), e708.
2017 Van Der Hoek, K., Eyre, N., Shue, B., Khantisitthiporn, O., Glab-Ampi, K., Carr, J., . . . Beard, M. (2017). Viperin is an important host restriction factor in control of Zika virus infection. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 4475 -1-4475-14.
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