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Robert Laboratory

Therapeutic Antibodies
for Inflammation

Welcome to the Robert Lab

Our objective is to develop new classes of therapeutic mAbs against difficult proteins (i.e GPCRs) using cutting edge technologies in mAbs development, engineering and pre-clinical validation.

We're part of the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute, and a member of the Infection & Immunity Program
and the Department of Physiology, and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Dr Remy Robert

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

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Our research

Antibodies are the fastest growing drug class, with more than 60 antibody drugs approved. They have a major impact on human health, especially in oncology, autoimmunity and inflammatory diseases. New opportunities for antibody drug development may be possible by generating antibodies against difficult targets. Our objective is to develop new classes of therapeutic mAbs using cutting edge technologies in mAbs development, engineering and pre-clinical validation. We have demonstrated that targeting specific GPCRs was an innovative approach for the treatment of various inflammatory and autoimmune disorders. Our goal is to move academic science into translation.

  • Development and characterization of therapeutic antibodies against difficult targets

  • Antibody engineering for optimization of antibody-based drug development

  • In vivo validation of therapeutic antibodies (pre-clinical disease models)

Lab members

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