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September 2019: Aimee Joins the Lab

We welcome Aimee Potter, PhD to our lab!  Aimee received her PhD from Vanderbilt University in the lab of Dr. Jim Cassat on how Staphylococcus aureus obtains nutrients from bone during…

July 2019 Congratulations to Amaris, who was awarded a NIAID diversity supplement, and Lacie, who was appointed for a second year to the Infectious Diseases T32 training grant!

Amaris was awarded a NIAID diversity supplement, and Lacie was appointed for a second year to the Infectious Diseases T32 training grant!

June 2019 We welcome summer undergraduate researchers

Princess Bush and Brian Parsa to the Criss Lab! Princess joins us through the National Science Foundation-funded Virginia-North Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation, and Brian is a rising 3rd year…

May 2019 Alison visited the Institute for Genome Sciences in Baltimore to advance a collaboration with Hervé Tettelin and give a seminar.

Alison, Hervé, postdoc Vonetta, and graduate student Adonis enjoyed a delicious crab lunch at the historic Lexington Market.

April 2019 Our book chapter on “Protocols to Interrogate the Interactions Between Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Primary Human Neutrophils” is in press!

Congratulations to former graduate student Stephanie, who wrote very detailed and complete protocols.

April 2019 Our manuscript with Linda Columbus’ lab on uptake of Opa-functionalized liposomes was published in Molecular Pharmaceutics.

Congratulations to Columbus lab graduate student Jason Kuhn and Criss lab research scientist Asya Smirnov for advancing this collaboration.