Professor Shaun McColl
Shaun McColl graduated with a Ph.D. from the University of Adelaide 1987. He was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Université Laval in Québec City in Canada from 1987-1989 an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Université Laval from 1989-1993. During this period of time he developed a research interest in the molecular control of cell movement. He returned to Australia as a Research Fellow at the JCSMR at ANU from 1993-1995 and took up a faculty appointment at the University of Adelaide in 1995 and has held a Personal Chair in Immunology since 2003. He was awarded a D.Sc. by the University of Adelaide and was made a Fellow of the Faculty of Science of the RCPA in 2013.
Professor McColl’s laboratory investigates the molecular control of cell migration and its pathophysiology, with the major current focus being on identifying mechanisms by which chemokine receptors regulate the immune response either in response to infection or in the context of diseases such as multiple sclerosis and metastatic cancer. He has published over 150 original research articles, has over 8,000 citations and his H-index is 55.
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