Dylan Carter-Cusack


Dylan Carter-Cusack began his studies at the University of Queensland in 2016 where he achieved a Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) in 2018. He completed his honours degree in the Antigen Presentation and Immunoregulation lab at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in 2021, where he achieved 1st class honours. His honours thesis was titled “Characterisation of the temporal immune infiltrate into the central nervous system during chronic graft versus host disease”. Dylan joined the Macrophage lab in 2022 as a PhD student under the supervision of David Hume. His project is focused on understanding the regulation and function of CSF1R-dependent tissue macrophage populations during development.

Dylan Carter-Cusack



Adams, Rachael C; Carter-Cusack, Dylan; Shaikh, Samreen N; Llanes, Genesis T; Johnston, Rebecca L; Quaife-Ryan, Gregory; Boyle, Glen M; Koufariotis, Lambros T; Möller, Andreas; Blazar, Bruce R.; Vukovic, Jana; MacDonald, Kelli PA

Donor bone marrow-derived macrophage MHC II drives neuroinflammation and altered behaviour during chronic GVHD in mice (Journal Article)

In: Blood, pp. blood.2021011671, 2021, ISSN: 0006-4971, 1528-0020.

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