Prince of Wales Hospital (SEALS Microbiology) & UNSW Australia
Professor William Rawlinson is Conjoint Professor at University of NSW in the School of Medical Sciences (Faculty of Medicine) and School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences (Faculty of Science), Senior Medical Virologist, Director of the Virology Division SEALS, and consultant at the Royal Hospital for Women, Prince of Wales and Sydney Children’s Hospitals. He undertakes research focused on understanding virus pathogenesis, and novel diagnostic assays, linking basic and clinical research. His research group has developed internationally novel models to examine molecular and cellular events during viral infection, and collaborates closely with diagnostic researchers in academic and diagnostic company spheres. Professor Rawlinson received a 2011 Order of Australia (AM) for service to the medical sciences.
Graf L;Webel R;Wagner S;Hamilton ST;Rawlinson WD;Sticht H;Marschall M, 2014, 'The Cyclin-dependent kinase ortholog pUL97 of human cytomegalovirus interacts with cyclins', in Colberg-Poley AM (ed.), Recent CMV Research, edn. 1st, MDPI, Basel, Switzerland, pp. 245 - 264
Poon M;Rawlinson WD;Craig ME, 2013, 'Diabetes and viruses in Australia and the Asia-pacific region', in Diabetes and Viruses, pp. 207 - 217, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-4051-2_21
Poon M;Rawlinson WD;Craig ME, 2012, 'Diabetes and viruses in Australia and the Asia-pacific region', in Diabetes and Viruses, pp. 207 - 217, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-4051-2_21