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Spring 2019 Microbiology Seminar Series

Unless otherwise announced, the Spring 2019 Microbiology Seminar Series will be held in Mossman 102 and starts at 3:30 PM.

Date Speaker Institute Title
14-Jan Kim Seed UC Berkeley Recurring conflicts with a single predatory phage drive the evolution of Vibrio cholera
21-Jan MLK, Jr. Holiday - No seminar
28-Jan Caitlin Murphy Nebraska Combating antimicrobial resistance in the clinical laboratory
4-Feb Georgiana Purdy OHSU The big ball of wax: the role of MmpL proteins in Mtb cell wall biosynthesis
11-Feb Neal Hammer Michigan State Understanding the metabolic and nutritional requirements of Staphylococcus aureus pathogenesis
18-Feb Sarguru Subash  Texas A&M Copper daggers impede bacterial growth in urinary tract
25-Feb Sean Conlan NIH  
4-Mar Alita Miller Entasis Pharm  Research Strategies to Combat Emerging Antibiotic Resistance
11-Mar Sean Crosson Chicago  Bacterial adaptation to shifting environments
18-Mar Spring Break - No Seminar
25-Mar Aleksandra Sikora Oregon State  
1-Apr Torey Looft USDA Antibiotic effects on animal microbiomes
8-Apr Focco Van den Akker Case Western  
15-Apr Jacqueline Abranches Florida Intracellular invasion by S. mutans: significance in systemic and oral infections
22-Apr Tom Bernhardt Harvard Getting bacteria into shape: regulation of the cell wall biogenesis machinery

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