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Elora Demers, Graduate Student, is studying the important consequences of population heterogeneity and chronic fungal infections.
Kimberley Lewis, Graduate Student, is studying how different species can modulate P. aeruginosa biofilm formation through known and unknown pathways.
Amy Biermann, Graduate Student, is studying the mechanisms by which fungal populations diversify in chronic lung infections.
Michelle Clay, Graduate Student, is studying P. aeruginosa evolution and virulence and novel pathways involved in host-pathogen interactions.
Georgia Doing, Graduate Student, is looking for patterns of P. aeruginosa gene expression that explain its behavior in chronic CF lung infections.
Alex Crocker Lab technician. Genetic analysis of Candida spp. and analysis of the microbiota in clinical samples.
Dallas Mould, Graduate Student. Analysis of synergistic interactions between microbes over space and time.
Nico Botelho, Laboratory Technician for the DartCF Translational Research Core and examines novel cell-cell aggregation pathways induced in response microbially produced products.
Danielle Vermilyea, Graduate Student, examines the response of P. aeruginosa to microbially produced products.