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Moseley Laboratory

Viral Pathogenesis

Welcome to the Moseley Lab

Viruses pose one of the grand challenges to health globally and within Australia; we seek to uncover the fundamental molecular mechanisms underlying diseases caused by highly lethal viruses such as lyssaviruses, henipaviruses and filoviruses, with the ultimate aim of developing new vaccines and therapeutics for currently incurable diseases.

We're part of the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute, and a member of the Infection Program and
the Department of Microbiology.

Dr Greg Moseley

My global research connections, partners and funding can be viewed on my Monash Research Profile.

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Our research

We use advanced cellular/molecular biology approaches to elucidate the fundamental molecular mechanisms underlying viral infection and modulation of the host cell, and to define their functions in diseases caused by highly lethal human viruses including rabies, Australian bat lyssavirus, Nipah, Hendra, and Ebola, as well as a number of agriculturally significant and potentially zoonotic animal viruses.

The overarching aim of our research is to identify novel targets and strategies for the development of new vaccines and therapeutics for currently incurable viral diseases.

Lab members

We are committed to excellence in research.


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We're always interested in collaborating with bright and motivated researchers, clinicians and industry. Whether you want to research, study or partner with us to accelerate our discoveries, find out about the work we do.

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