Michelle Dziejman, Ph.D. University of Rochester
Principal Investigatorwork Box 672 Rochester NY p (585) 273-4459 f (585) 275-0685 email@example.com Research Focus: Type Three Secretion System mediated pathogenesis of V. cholerae
Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY Madeline_Sofia@urmc.rochester.edu Research Focus: Characterization of the potential role of Vig (Vibrio immunoglobulin-like protein) in AM-19226 host cell adherence.
Undergraduate Studentwork Rochester NY
PREP Traineework Rochester NY
- Vibrio cholerae VttR(A) and VttR(B) regulatory influences extend beyond the type 3 secretion system genomic island. J Bacteriol. 195, 2424-36. (2013 May 01).
- The Vibrio cholerae trh gene is coordinately regulated in vitro with type III secretion system genes by VttR(A)/VttR(B) but does not contribute to Caco2-BBE cell cytotoxicity. Infect Immun. 80, 4444-55. (2012 Dec 01).
- A broadly applicable approach to T cell epitope identification: application to improving tumor associated epitopes and identifying epitopes in complex pathogens. J Immunol Methods. 373, 111-26. (2011 Oct 28).