Dr Anselm Enders

The John Curtin School of Medical Research | The Australian National University | Australia

Anselm is a paediatric immunologist with expert knowledge of clinical manifestations and presentation of immune deficiencies in childhood. He has an excellent track record of discovery of mechanisms of primary immune deficiency, including description of the importance of Bim in the negative selection of B cells (JEM 2003) and the first description of a SCID phenotype in humans with Ligase IV deficiency (J Immunol 2006). As an independent researcher, he discovered two novel pathways that control B cell development (Nature Immunol 2011; JEM 2013, JACI 2013).