Grace Pamo Lawrence

 

Grace Pamo Lawrence

 

PhD student
Inflammasome Lab

 

 

Grace completed a Bachelor of Science and Arts (Biomedical Science, Psychology, and Writing) from the University of Queensland in 2017. In the year following, Grace was awarded first class honours from the University of Queensland in 2018 for her work on mitochondrial dynamics as a regulator for macrophage antimicrobial pathways in the Sweet Group (Institute for Molecular Bioscience). Grace joined the Inflammasome lab as a Research Assistant in 2019. Her project aims to better understand the role of PI3K/AKT signalling pathway in NLRP3 inflammasome activation.

 

CONTACTS AND LINKS

 

Email: grace.lawrence@uq.edu.au

Office Telephone: +61 7 3346 2356

 

Institute for Molecular Bioscience

 

AWARDS AND PUBLICATIONS

 

 

AWARDS, GRANTS AND PRIZES

 

2018  Dean’s Commendation for Academic Excellence

2018  UQ Jacaranda’s Best Short Story

2017  Dean’s Commendation for Academic Excellence

 

EDUCATION

 

2018  BSc Honours (Molecular Cell Biology), Supervisor: Professor Matt Sweet, The University of Queensland

2017  BSc (Biomedical Science), BA (Writing and Psychology), The University of Queensland

 

Starobova H, Monteleone M, Adolphe C, Batoon L, Sandrock CJ, Tay B, Deuis JR, Smith AV, Mueller A, Nadar EI, Lawrence GP, Mayor A, Tolson E, Levesque JP, Pettit AR, Wainwright BJ, Schroder K, Vetter I (2021).
Vincristine-induced peripheral neuropathy is driven by canonical NLRP3 activation and IL-1β release. Journal of Experimental Medicine May 3;218(5):e20201452. Pubmed