emergence and evolution of bacterial pathogens

Since the dawn of humanity, bacteria have devised numerous ways to effectively colonize us

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research

Our primary scientific interest lies at the interface between ecology and pathogenesis

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selected publications

Origins of pandemic Vibrio cholerae from environmental gene pools

B. J. Shapiro, I. Levade, G. Kovacikova, R. K. Taylor, and S. Almagro-Moreno

Nature Microbiology. 2016

Environmental role of pathogenic traits in Vibrio cholerae

S. N. Sakib, G. Reddi, and S. Almagro-Moreno

Journal of Bacteriology. 2018

Evolutionary model of cluster divergence of the emergent marine pathogen Vibrio vulnificus

M. Lopez-Perez, J. M. Jayakumar, (…) and S. Almagro-Moreno

mBio. 2019

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people

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lab news

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outreach

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Salvador Almagro-Moreno, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine

University of Central Florida
Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences

4110 Libra Drive
Building 20 Room BMS 125A
Orlando, FL 32816

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