Antibiotic resistance has become a global health problem in both clinical and community settings.
Our lab is interested in the structure-based design of inhibitors that either block existing antibiotic-resistance mechanisms or provide novel antibiotic therapies by targeting macromolecular assemblies essential to bacterial viability and/or pathogenesis.
Welcome new graduate students Sean, Andrew and Franco to the lab.
Congratulations to Dustin for his contribution to paper in Nature identifying an inhibitor of NDM-1.
Welcome new postdocs Christian Lizak and Natalie Zeytuni.