Dr Paul Ramsland comes to RMIT from the Burnet Institute where he was Laboratory Head in the Centre for Biomedical Research.
Biomedicine; immunotherapy; structural biology; bioinformatics.
Dr Ramsland’s key research focus is in the frontier field of structural glycobiology where he works with multidisciplinary teams to study the three-dimensional roles of carbohydrates and glycoproteins in immunity and infection. Paul works across several diseases and translational medical settings including, host-pathogen interactions with a particular focus on HIV-1 and Malaria, antibodies for cancer immunotherapy as well as developing computational structural biology and bioinformatics approaches to study host-pathogen and antibody-antigen interactions.
Paul holds adjunct appointments at the University of Melbourne and Curtin University and has established research collaborations with scholars within Australia, North America and the UK. He has an extensive record of publications and successful HDR supervisions and significant experience in working with industry to translate research outcomes.
Dr Ramsland was awarded a VC Senior Research Fellowship in 2015 and is based in the School of Science.