Caroline Holley


Caroline Holley

PhD Student, Inflammasome Lab



Caroline joined the Inflammasome Lab in 2014 for a postgraduate Honours project supervised by Dr Kate Schroder. Her project involved using a flow cytometry-based assay to screen a panel of pattern recognition receptors for the ability to trigger oligomerisation of the inflammasome adaptor ASC. Caroline's research earned her a First Class Honours. In 2015, Caroline returned to the Inflammasome Lab as a research assistant. In January 2017, Caroline begins her PhD in inflammation.





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Institute for Molecular Bioscience






2014  BSc Honours, Supervisor: Dr Kate Schroder, The University of Queensland


2013  Bachelor of Science, The University of Queensland



Masters SL, Lagou V, Jéru I, Baker PJ, Van Eyck L, Parry DA, Lawless D, De Nardo D, Garcia-Perez JE, Dagley LF, Holley CL, Dooley J, Moghaddas F, Pasciuto E, Jeandel PY, Sciot R, Lyras D, Webb AI, Nicholson SE, De Somer L, van Nieuwenhove E, Ruuth-Praz J, Copin B, Cochet E, Medlej-Hashim M, Megarbane A, Schroder K, Savic S, Goris A, Amselem S, Wouters C, Liston A (2016).
Familial autoinflammation with neutrophilic dermatosis reveals a regulatory mechanism of pyrin activation. Science Translational Medicine Mar 30;8(332):332ra45. Pubmed