I completed my PhD in 2013 at SBMS, UQ and continued my post-doctoral studies at QIMR-Berghofer and IMB, investigating the genetic control in reproductive disorders, where I investigated the role of gene regulation underlying endometriosis pathogenesis. In 2019, I was appointed in the Neuroinflammation laboratory to work on immunotherapy development for cancer, and genomics analyses on brain disease models. My research focuses on understanding the contribution of an individuals’ genetic background to disease immunity. The primary objective of my projects is to discover target genes and putative pathways underlying disease progression, with an ultimate goal to develop potential effective drugs for reproductive and brain disorders.