Dr. Thomas Ashhurst is a Senior Cytometry Scientist and single-cell specialist with the Sydney Cytometry Core Research Facility, and an Honorary Research Fellow in Infection, Immunity, and Inflammation at The University of Sydney. In these roles he overseas the high-dimensional cytometry, imaging, and single-cell multiomics capabilities of the core facility, and co-leads the new Single Cell Biology node of Charles Perkins Centre. He also leads a multi-disciplinary collaboration in the development of novel high-dimensional cytometry, single-cell, and imaging analysis methods, and the use of these tools in interrogating the immune response against emerging inflammatory and infectious diseases. READ MORE


Immune Dynamics Team

Information on the 'Immune Dynamics' research team at the University of Sydney, including our research and resources.
Sydney Cytometry Facility

Information on the Sydney Cytometry Facility at the University of Sydney and Centenary Institute.

The home page for Spectre, a computational toolkit for comprehensive end-to-end integration, exploration, and analysis of high-dimensional cytometry data.
Single Cell Node

The home page for the Single Cell Biology node of the Charles Perkins Centre.