Eva finished her Bachelor of Science degree with a pathology/immunology double major at The University of Melbourne and started her scientific career at ARI where she completed her Honours degree with a first author publication. She worked as a Research Assistant most recently as a Research Assistant/Flow Cytometrist at St Vincents Institute.
Eva has worked on a variety of areas including platelets and tetraspanin interactions, human and mouse T-cells and immune reactions specific to rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes, as well as participation in the human islet isolation and transplant program at St. Vincent’s Institute.
- 2014-15: Research Assistant/Flow Cytomertrist – St.Vincents Institute
- 2009-2018: Research Assistant – Burnet Institute
- 2009: Research Assistant – RMIT
- 2008 BSc Hons, University of Melbourne, Australia
- Travel grant Australasian Cytometry Society 2014
- 1st Prize “Best Poster Award” Australasian Flow Cytometry Group 2013
- Travel grant Australasian Flow Cytometry Group 2013.
- Travel grant Australasian Flow Cytometry Group 2012.
- Polymorphisms and Interspecies Differences of the Activating and Inhibitory FcgammaRII of Macaca nemestrina Influence the Binding of Human IgG Subclasses.
Trist HM, Tan PS, Wines BD, Ramsland PA, Orlowski E, Stubbs J, Gardiner EE, Pietersz GA, Kent SJ, Stratov I, Burton DR, Hogarth PM
J Immunol. 2014 Jan; 192(2):892-903