Researching bacterial pathogenesis






Amanda Hay
Graduate Student

Washington University in St. Louis
Bachelor of Arts: Biology & Biochemistry, 2011
Research Interests::

Hay, Amanda J., and Jun Zhu. "Host Intestinal Signal-Promoted Biofilm Dispersal Induces Vibrio cholerae Colonization." Infection and immunity 83.1 (2015): 317-323.


Arur S., Ohmachi M, Nayak S, Hayes M, Miranda A, Hay A, Golden A, Schedl T., (2009) Multiple ERK Substrates Execute Single Biological Processes in Caenorhabditis elegans Germline Development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in the United States of America, v. 106, p. 4776-4781


Stern AM, Hay AJ, Liu Z, Desland FA, Zhang J, Zhong Z, and Zhu J. 2012. The NorR regulon is critical for Vibrio cholerae resistance to nitric oxide and sustained colonization of the intestines. mBiol 3(2):e00013-12