Anthony Bosco

I was born in 1978 and raised near Fremantle, Western Australia. I completed my BSc (Hons) in Biotechnology at Murdoch University in 2000. I then worked as a research assistant in Patrick G Holt’s laboratory at the Telethon Kids Institute for 1.5 years, before enrolling in a PhD program in the Holt lab to study immunology and genomics. I was awarded my PhD in 2007 from the University of Western Australia. In 2008 I received postdoctoral training with Fernando D Martinez at the Arizona Respiratory Center and BIO5 Institute, the University of Arizona, which is the leading centre for paediatric asthma in the US. I returned to the Telethon Kids Institute in Perth in 2011 where I built the Systems Immunology program over the next 11 years. In October 2021, I co-founded a startup company called Respiradigm Pty Ltd. Respiradigm is developing technologies to predict at birth the propensity for a child to develop asthma. This technology will enable parents to take pre-emptive action to minimise the risk of asthma developing in their child. In November 2021, I founded a new Data Science startup - INSiGENe Pty Ltd. The value proposition of INSiGENe is the GENesis of actionable INSights to unlock disease and novel therapies. In December 2021, I relocated to the University of Arizona to accept a faculty position as Associate Professor Immunobiology (tenure-track), and Associate Research Scientist, Asthma & Airway Disease Research Center (A2DRC).

Job Title(s): 
Associate Professor, Immunobiology
Associate Research Scientist
Member of the Graduate Faculty
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BSc hon (Biotechnology), Murdoch University
PhD (Genomics, Immunology), University of Western Australia
Honors and Awards: 
Supporting Research Leaders Scheme, Telethon Kids Institute
Discovery Research Award, Telethon Kids Institute
Merit Award, Department of Health, Government of Western Australia.
Catalyst Leadership Program, University of Western Australia
Early Career Research Award for Best Publication, University of Western Australia