Anne Brüstle is a group leader at The John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University in Canberra.
Her work centres around Th17 cells, key inflammatory drivers in many autoimmune diseases including Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Her group currently focuses on the migration and tissue-specificity of Th17 cells as well as the impact of neutrophils, a major downstream cell population in Th17 cell responses, and their role in neuro-inflammation.
Anne completed her PhD in Human Biology 2008 in Marburg, Germany. After being a post-doctoral fellow with Tak W Mak in Toronto, Canada she was recruited to ANU in mid 2014.