This Scialog will bring together early-career scientists from multiple disciplines to form an interdisciplinary community to catalyze basic scientific advances related to: rapid detection, identification, and diagnosis of pathogens and threats; mechanisms and inhibition of emerging and zoonotic disease pathogenesis; new approaches to vaccine development including methods that speed development or lead to broad-spectrum immunity; and […]
Looking for enthusiastic postdoctoral scholars with a Ph.D. in bioinformatics/genomics, molecular biology or associated disciplines to complement our investigations into the emergence and evolution of bacterial pathogens. Please refer to the ad below for more details.
Destiny Carroll has joined the lab as a Masters student. Welcome!
Dr. Moreno’s project titled “Convergent molecular mechanisms regulating dormancy in Vibrios” has been granted the NSF Career award. Congratulations!
This review analyzes the factors that led to the Cholera epidemic in Latin America and provides clues into preventing future outbreaks.
Jane developed a protocol for efficient electroporation into Vibrio vulnificus that will greatly help in further studies on this pathogen. Congrats!
This study highlights the synergistic role of various abiotic factors in inducing bacterial dormancy, providing insights into bacterial survival in the environment and subsequent disease transmission.
Dr. Deepak Balasubramanian and Sebastian Murcia have recently joined the lab as a Postdoctoral Scholar and Research Technician respectively. Welcome!
Three students presented at the Graduate symposium and Jane won the firstt place for her Masters Presentation
Jane and Sakib has successfully passed the Pre-defense towards their way to earn the Masters degree! Congratulations to both of them!