NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Congratulations to Ramadan A. Ali, Leah Wuescher & Dr. Worth!
Title: Platelets Mediate Host Defense against Staphylococcus aureus through Direct Bactericidal Activity and by Enhancing Macrophage Activities
Authors: Ramadan A. Ali, Leah M. Wuescher, Keith R. Dona, and Randall G. Worth
NCBI - PubMed.gov
Congratulations to Gayatri Subramanian, Dr. Chakravarti & Dr. Chattopadhyay !
Title: Biochemical Analysis of Caspase -8-dependent Proteolysis ofIRF3 in Virus-infected Cells
Authors: Gayatri Subramanian, Karen Pan, Ritu Chakravarti and Saurabh Chattopadhyay.
2016 Great Lakes Water Conference - WTOL
Congratulations Dr. Jason Huntley for featuring on this!
Congratulations Dr. Saurabh Chattopadhyay!
Title: RIG-I-like receptor-induced IRF3 mediated pathway of apoptosis (RIPA): a new antiviral pathway
Authors: Chattopadhyay S, Sen GC
July 25, 2016
UT Researcher receives nearly $2 million grant for Lyme disease study
For the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Sciences/ Medical Microbiology and Immunology track
TITLE: Role of complement regulatory proteins propendin and Factor H in platelet/granulocyte aggregate formation
MAJOR ADVISOR: Viviana Ferreira, DVM, PhD
For the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Medical Microbiology and Immunology
CANDIDATE: Xiaojun (Wilma) Wu
TITLE: Two Francisella tularensis outer membrane proteins involved in metal acquisition and virulence
MAJOR ADVISOR: Jason Huntley, PhD
April 19, 2016
UT scientists hosted a public discussion on Zika, Ebola
Congratulations Yvette on your successful thesis defense!
For the Degree of Master of Science in Biomedical Science in Bioinformatics Proteomics & Genomics
CANDIDATE: Yvette Unoarumhi
TITLE: Evolution of a Bacteria Global Regulator Lrp
MAJOR ADVISOR: Jyl S. Matson, PhD
March 17-18, 2016
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Jason Huntley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in MMI, received his second consecutive award from the Ohio Sea Grant and Department of Higher Education (ODHE) to research water quality and algal bloom toxicity in Lake Erie. Specifically, he is testing conditions that promote microcystin-degrading bacteria to form biofilms on filters currently used in municipal water treatment facilities. Congratulations, Jason!!
January 1, 2016
Dr. R. Mark Wooten has been promoted to Professor in the Medical Microbiology & Immunology department.
Congratulations to Dr. Jason Huntley that was presented
the Dean's Award for Outstanding Research in the New Investigator