Microbiome

Why are there drug-resistant bacteria in seal poop?
Blog entry | August 07, 2020
“When I explain my thesis project to people, they are always excited to hear about me working with marine animals,” Alexandria Vingino said. “And then I explain to them that I'm not really working with marine animals, I'm working with what’s in their poop.”
Karen Levy
Faculty Member | May 12, 2020
My group carries out research on the ecology and epidemiology of enteric (food and waterborne) diseases. We use environmental microbiology and environmental epidemiology methods to study water quality, food safety, and the impact of climate and land use change on the transmission of diarrheal diseases.
David S. Boyle
Faculty Member | October 10, 2019
As the Program Leader of the Diagnostic program at PATH, I have over 10 years of experience in developing diagnostic tools and technologies for use in low resource settings.
Peter Rabinowitz
Faculty Member | September 30, 2019
Dr. Peter Rabinowitz is Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and Director of the UW Center for One Health Research.
Julia Yue Cui
Faculty Member | September 30, 2019
Dr. Julia Yue Cui is Assistant Professor in toxicology in the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences and is the current recipient of the Sheldon D. Murphy Endowed Chair in Toxicology and Environmental Health.
Gerard A. Cangelosi
Faculty Member | September 26, 2019
Working in both the public and private sectors, Jerry Cangelosi's research teams have generated 10 patents and over 80 publications in relevant areas including tuberculosis and related diseases, COVID-19, oral microbiology, water-borne pathogens, and healthcare-associated infections. These activities share strong emphases on translation and global health impact.
Alexandra Kossik
Student Research Project | October 29, 2020
Yoomin Jo
Student Research Project | October 29, 2020
Joseph Dempsey
Student Research Project | October 29, 2020
Hannah Schnitzler
Student Research Project | August 31, 2020
Elisabeth Burnor
Student Research Project | August 24, 2020

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