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December 2017- CJ defends his dissertation!

Congratulations, CJ Anderson, Ph.D. Well done! … [Read more...]

May 2017- Brooke passes her qualifying exams!

Congratulations, Brooke! … [Read more...]

November 2016- Congratulations, Deborah Luzader, Ph.D.!

Debi successfully defends her dissertation work! Great job, Debi!  … [Read more...]

October 2016- Melissa receives UVA Dean’s Award for Research Excellence!

Congratulations to Melissa and the Kendall lab!  … [Read more...]

June 2016- Debi’s research article is accepted for publication in Infection and Immunity!

Title: The ETT2-encoded regulator EtrB modulates enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli virulence gene expression … [Read more...]

June 2016- Melissa receives the ASM Merck Irving S. Sigal Memorial Award!

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May 2016- Beth’s review article, “Microbiota and pathogen ‘pas de deux’: setting up and breaking down barriers to intestinal infection” is published in Pathogens and Disease!

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February 2016- CJ’s research featured in UVA daily!

Check this article describing CJ's findings on how Salmonella uses ethanolamine as a GPS system during infection. https://news.virginia.edu/content/salmonellas-strange-recipe-defeating-immune-system … [Read more...]

February 2016- Debi’s review article is published on line!

The article "Commensal 'trail of bread crumbs' provide pathogens with a map to the intestinal landscape" is published in Current Opinion in Microbiology. Great work, Debi! Check it out here. … [Read more...]

November, 2015 Ethanolamine signaling promotes Salmonella niche recognition

CJ Anderson's paper entitled, "Ethanolamine signaling promotes Salmonella niche recognition and adaptation during infection", has been published in PLoS Pathogens. Check out the article here! … [Read more...]