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
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
Hao Shen Bacterial pathogenesis and mechanisms of immune evasion; Listeria monocytogenes; Bacillus anthracis
Sunny Shin Immunnity against bacterial pathogens; bacterial pathogenesis; Legionella pneumophila
Jun (Jay) Zhu Quorum sensing; bacterial pathogenesis; Vibrio cholerae and virulence gene regulation; biofilms