EnTER Program Student
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A Washington University undergraduate, Victoria is working on acid stress response mechanisms in the pathogen Klebsiella pneumoniae.
Kirschstein-NRSA postdoctoral fellow
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Leveraging the awesome power of bacterial genetics, Sarah is illuminating connections between accumulation of the small molecule, guanosine tetraphosphate or ppGpp, cell division and cell size in E. coli.
Postdoctoral Research Associate
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Sarah is exploring the relationship between environmental pH and antibiotic sensitivity in E. coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae.
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Adrienne is working on the mechanisms driving cytoplasmic condensation in response to sudden nutrient starvation.
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Jessie is investigated the mechanisms governing assembly and activation of the bacterial division machinery.
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Kyra’s research focuses on the mechanisms underlying pH-dependent changes in antibiotic susceptibility.
EnTER Undergraduate Research Student
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A Washington University undergraduate, Sam is working on identifying sites of contact between subunits of the cytoskeletal protein FtsZ within the FtsZ polymer
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Ryan is using CRISPR interference technology and classical genetics to dissect the contribution of lipopolysaccharide to gram-negative bacterial growth and physiology.