Department Research & Teaching Overview

Faculty are listed below along with a short description of their research and teaching interests. You may also group faculty by research theme as well as search faculty interests by keyword.

Photo of John Burand

Baculoviruses: Host-Virus Interactions

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Molecular Microbial Ecology

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Biomass Deconstruction by Fungi; Fungal and Neurodegenerative Disease; Biomaterials Structural Durability

Photo of Steven Goodwin

Ecology and Physiology of Microorganisms in Anaerobic Ecosystems

Photo of Erika Hamilton

Senior Lecturer; Director of Microbiology Laboratory Teaching Services

Photo of James Holden

Physiology and ecology of hyperthermophilic archaea; Geomicrobiology of geothermal environments

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Applied Molecular Biotechnology Laboratory Advisor & Lecturer

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Parasitology, the replication and repair of mitochondrial DNA (kinetoplast DNA network) in African trypanosomes

Regulation of Gene Expression in Yeast

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Systems Biology Approach to Optimization of Bioremediation and Microbial Fuel Cells and Physiology and Ecology of Anaerobes

Photo of Kelly Nevin Lovely

Microbial Fuel Cells Biology

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Professor Emeritus

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Mycobacterial Pathogenesis: Glycobiology, Biochemistry, and Cell Biology

Mandy Muller

Herpesviruses, Viral-Host Interplay, RNA Biology

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Professor Emeritus

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Microbial ecology of terrestrial and subterrestrial ecosystems

Undergraduate Program Director & Lecturer

Molecular Evolution and Population Genomics of Arthropod-borne Microbial Pathogens

Photo of Steven Sandler

DNA Replication, Recombination and Cell Division in E. coli

Bacterial Cell Walls

Photo of Wilmore Webley

Entry, survival, and host range of the obligate intracellular pathogens, Chlamydiaceae

Photo of Guang Xu

Extension Associate Professor

Research Facilities

Upcoming Seminars

Thu, 11/15/2018 - 11:30am

Christine White-Ziegler, Ph.D.

Life Can be Stressful: How Pathogenic and Commensal E. coli Adapt to Host Environmental Conditions

Host: Wilmore Webley

Tue, 11/27/2018 - 11:30am

Caitlin Howell, Ph.D.

Bacterial Interactions with Bio-inspired Immobilized Liquid Interfaces

Host: Barry Goodell

Thu, 11/29/2018 - 11:30am

Scott Morrical, Ph.D.

Models for Recombination, Replication, and Horizontal Gene Transfer in Bacteriophage T4

Host: Kristen DeAngelis