Julia Archbold is a National Health and Medical Research Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience in Brisbane, Australia. She has worked for industry, spending three years as a screening biologist with AstraZeneca in Australia. Her PhD research investigated the structures of T cell receptors and their ligands, providing insight into organ transplant rejection. Her PhD work led to the Victorian Premier’s Award for Medical Research in 2010. After postdoctoral work at the University of Auckland in Professor Ted Baker’s lab on G protein coupled receptors, Julia has returned to the University of Queensland to continue working in the area of structural immunology. This year she was awarded the UQ Early Career Researcher Grant for her work on the structures of Membrane Proteins. Julia also contributes articles to the Australian Biochemist magazine.