The ASM Microbe meeting will be at the Georgia World Congress Center from June 7 to June 11. If you are interested in antibiotic resistance, you can learn about how to detect it, how to (possibly) defeat it and how the bacteria fight back.
A host of Emory microbiologists are participating, some of which are GDBBS faculty members:
- David Weiss lab — Klebsiella. Dr. Weiss is a faculty member in the IMP and MMG programs.
- MMG graduate student Jessie Wozniak is presenting her research on an isolate of Klebsiella that combines alarming properties.
- Christine Dunham – toxin-antitoxin/persistence. Dr. Dunham is a faculty member in the BCDB, MMG and MSP programs.
- Phil Rather lab – Acinetobacter baumannii. Dr. Rather is an MMG faculty member.
- Poster talk by MMG graduate student Sarah Anderson.
- Shonna McBride lab – Clostridium difficile. Dr. McBride is a faculty member in the GMB and MMG programs.
- Cassandra Quave – ethnobotany. Dr. Quave is a faculty member in the MMG and MSP programs.
- Elizabeth Wright – cryo-EM. Dr. Wright is an MMG faculty member.
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