Catherine R. ArmbrusterPostdoctoral Associate(Bomberger Lab)University of Pittsburgh “Adaptation and genomic erosion in fragmented P. aeruginosa populations in the sinuses of people with cystic fibrosis” Click here to view a recording of the talk. March 28, 2022 12 – 1 p.m. Via ZoomMeeting ID: 915 8466 1849 Contact KLB237@PITT.EDU
Anne-Ruxandra Carvunis has received a 2022 Chancellor’s Distinguished Research Award along with 14 other faculty members. According to the official release, she was “recognized for her work on new genes that emerge through evolution. One of just a handful of the foremost experts on this phenomenon, Carvunis’ peers called her research ‘among the most innovative’ in evolutionary biology.” The Chancellor’s Distinguished Research Award annually recognizes outstanding scholarly accomplishments of members of the University of Pittsburgh’s faculty. For more the official announcement, please click…
Andrea L. Graham Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Co-Director of the Global Health Program Princeton University “Economics of expulsion: Costs and benefits of immune defense in This Wormy World” November 30, 2021 12 – 1 p.m. Via ZoomMeeting ID: 965 9934 6792 Contact KLB237@PITT.EDU
2021-2022 CEBaM Seminar Series September 21, 202112:00 – 1:00 pm Hybrid EventRegister for an in-person at 1095 Biomedical Science Tower (10th floor, masks required) to Kristie, KLB237@pitt.edu (25 seats available) OR ZoomMeeting ID: 950 5873 8647 Erik Wright, PhDAssistant Professor, Biomedical InformaticsUniversity of Pittsburgh “Can Cycling Between Different Antibiotics Abate Antibiotic Resistance?
Identification of antibiotic pairs that evade concurrent resistance via a retrospective analysis of antimicrobial susceptibility test results
Some antibiotic pairs display a property known as collateral
Tiny viruses that attack bacteria, known as phages, are responsible for the rapid evolution of bacterial defense systems and the emergence of so-called superbugs, according to a new study.
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This seminar has been canceled. Andrea L. Graham Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Co-Director of the Global Health Program Princeton University “Economics of expulsion: Costs and benefits of immune defense in This Wormy World” May 25, 2021 12 – 1 p.m. Via Zoom Contact KLB237@PITT.EDU