Harnessing Microbiology to Overcome 21st Century Challenges
October 25th 11:30 - 1
152 Smissman (KU) - 2004 Orr-Major (KUMC)
Susan Egan - Professor, Molecular Biosciences
"Discovery and Early Characterization of Inhibitors for Virulence-Associated AraC Bacterial Transcription Factors: Experiences with and Outcomes of High-Throughput Screening for Antimicrobials"
September 27th 2:30 - 3:30
Jeff Aube - Professor, Medicinal Chemistry
"Chemistry Support of Infectious Disease Research at KU"
August 23rd - 11:30-1 152 Smissman
Clayton Huntley - Program Officer for Antimicrobial Resistance in the Division of Microbiology at the NIH/NIAID will discuss funding mechanisms and outlook for NIH support in Antimicrobial Discovery and Development
The University of Kansas Program in Microbiology is a trans-disciplinary, inter-campus program committed to facilitating and promoting Microbiology related research. This is primarily accomplished through enhanced science communication and support for new and existing collaborative research projects.