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My name is Adrianne Jenner and I am a senior lecturer in the School of Mathematical Sciences at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). 

I started my Undergraduate degree in 2010 at the University of Wollongong, Australia. During my degree, I spent a semester abroad at the University of Sheffield, UK, and that is where I realised my loved of mathematical biology. After finishing my undergraduate degree at the University of Wollongong, I started my honours year at the University of Sydney under the supervision of A/Prof. Peter Kim and submitted my thesis "Mathematical modelling of oncolytic virotherapy and immunotherapy".

After my honours year, I started my PhD under the supervision of A/Prof Peter Kim, A/Prof Adelle Coster and A/Prof Federico Frascoli. In my PhD,  I developed  mathematical models that were informed by experimental measurements of oncolytic virus derivatives.  

I then continued my research by undertaking a post-doc at the Université de Montréal under the supervision of Dr Morgan Craig. Together we worked on developing qualitative models that aim to understand fundamental questions in cancer and COVID-19. 

Now, I am a lecturer at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and my research spans many areas including cancer, viruses, immunology, COVID-19, virotherapy, immunotherapy, chemotherapy and multiple sclerosis. 

I am lead of the QUT Computational Bioimaging Group and founded the QUT Mathematics in Medicine group. I was awarded a 2024 Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) and am a Chief Investigator on a 2023 ARC Discovery Project. 

For more details, see my CV

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