Fathima Nooru-Mohamed

Fathima obtained a Bachelor of Advanced Science with a First Class Honours from the University of Queensland in 2021. Having pursued her interest in immunology and neuroscience Fathima investigated the therapeutic effects of targeting the neuroinflammatory microenvironment via stem cells in a neonatal model of hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy at the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research (UQCCR). Fathima additionally spent much of her undergraduate degree contributing to research projects at the Neurological Disorders and Metabolism laboratory within the UQ School of Biomedical Sciences. In 2022 Fathima joined the Macrophage Biology group as a research assistant supporting a study focussed on determining the mechanisms and therapeutic opportunities of macrophage driven lipid metabolism. Fathima is interested in potentially pursuing a PhD in the future and furthering her skills and understanding of research within the field of immunology.