Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Curtin University of Technology
Dr. Trilochan Mukkur has received his PhD from the University of Florida, USA. Currently he is working as an Associate Professor in School of Biomedical Sciences, Curtin University, Australia. Dr. Mukkur was a Senior Principal Research Scientist in the CSIRO, Division of Animal Health prior to joining the university sector at the University of Southern Queensland [USQ] where he was a Professorial Fellow at the USQ funded by a private biotechnology company prior to moving to Curtin University. He has a total of well over 90 publications mostly in refereed international journals or monographs. Dr. Mukkur has conducted collaborative research at Stanford University School of Medicine, California, Washington University in St Louis, Missouri, and the laboratory of Cell and Molecular Biology at the Lahey Clinic and Medical Centre in Boston, USA. His research is multidisciplinary involving application of medical microbiology, Prokaryotic molecular genetics, immunology, proteomics and biotechnology. He is a Fellow of the Australian Society of Microbiology [FASM].
Human and animal infectious diseases, rational vaccine biotechnologies Complementary medicinal plants as immunomodulators Nutritional immunology.