About Our Research
We have four major projects focused on regulation of antibiotic resistance mechanisms and coordinately-controlled virulence processes relevant to Pseudomonas infection of vertebrate hosts.
- Project 1: Detection of PA antibiotic resistance (susceptibility testing)
- Project 2: Mechanisms of PA antibiotic resistance (class of drugs): whole-genome approaches
- Project 3: In vitro PK-PD modeling of PA-antibiotic interactions in biofilm-based infections
- Project 4: The zebrafish embryo as a model of Pseudomonas systemic infection: mechanisms of virulence and host-pathogen interactions
See the Links page for links to the websites of our major research collaborators.Click here for a listing of our facilities and resources.