Cell & Molecular Biology Graduate Group

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The following laboratories are interested in bacteriology:

Andrew Binns Agrobacterum tumefaciens; host-pathogen interaction; type IV secretion
Dustin Brisson Disease ecology, molecular evolution, microbial ecology/ evolution, host-pathogen interaction
Igor Brodsky Host-pathogen interactions; bacterial pathogenesis; Yersinia; innate immunity
Frederic Bushman Metagenomic analysis of bacterial communities
Fevzi Daldal Photosynthetic and respiratory electron transfer pathways and structure, function and biogenesis of cytochrome complexes
Howard Goldfine Listeria monocytogenes, Phospholipase C, phagocytosis, intracellular growth of bacteria, phospholipids, plasmalogens
Mark Goulian Bacterial regulatory networks; two-component signaling; antimicrobial peptides
Elizabeth Grice microbial genomics, metagenomics, wound healing, innate immunity, microbiome of skin in health and disease
Rahul Kohli Antimicrobial resistance; SOS pathway
Yvonne Paterson Tumor immunology; Listeria monocytogenes; vaccines against infectious and neoplastic disease
Mechthild Pohlschroder Protein secretion; membrane protein insertion; archaea
Dieter Schifferli Escherichia coli and Salmonella pathogenesis; fimbriae; vaccines
Phillip Scott T helper cell subsets; IL-12; T cell memory; Leishmania
Michael Sebert Streptococcus, pneumoniae pathogenesis, quorum sensing, two-component signaling
Hao Shen Bacterial pathogenesis and mechanisms of immune evasion; Listeria monocytogenes; Bacillus anthracis
Sunny Shin Immunnity against bacterial pathogens; bacterial pathogenesis; Legionella pneumophila
Jeffrey Weiser S. pneumoniae & H influenzae pathogenesis; airway colonization; phase variation
Jun (Jay) Zhu Quorum sensing; bacterial pathogenesis; Vibrio cholerae and virulence gene regulation; biofilms