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Bonnie Bassler

Bonnie L Bassler

Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator
Squibb Professor in Molecular Biology
Professor and Chair of Molecular Biology

Bonnie L. Bassler is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the National Academy of Medicine.

329 Thomas Laboratory
p: (609) 258-2857 Lab 2864
Drew       Bridges

Drew Bridges

Postdoctoral Fellow

Research Interest: It has long been appreciated that genetically identical eukaryotic cells embedded in communities (e.g.

Matt Jemielita

Matt Jemielita

Postdoctoral Fellow

Research Interest: In Vibrio cholerae quorum sensing (QS) controls a diverse range of cellular processes …

Jon Paczkowski

Jon Paczkowski

Postdoctoral Fellow

Research Interest: We are at a pivotal point in modern health care due to the presence and proliferation of antibiotic resistance in various …

Jing Yan

Jing Yan

Postdoctoral Fellow

Research Interest: Many bacteria have the amazing ability to switch between different lifestyles, between living in the fluid and dwelling in …

Michaela Eickhoff

Michaela Eickhoff

Graduate Student

Research Interest: Different species of bacteria produce different acyl homoserine lactone (AHL) molecules to use as quorum sensing (QS) …

Amanda Hurley

Amanda Hurley

Graduate Student

Research Interest: The autoinducer CAI-1 is produced, secreted and sensed by the transmembrane histidine kinase CqsS in …

Minyoung Kevin Kim

Minyoung Kevin-Kim

Graduate Student

Research Interest: In natural habitats and in industrial and medical settings, bacteria commonly live adhered to surfaces in …

Amelia McCready

Amelia McCready

Graduate Student

Research Interest: For the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa, quorum sensing plays a pivotal role in pathogensis.

Justin

Justin Silpe

Graduate Student

Research Interest: Bacterial biofilms are collections of cells that form at liquid-solid interfaces and, in so doing, partially define the …