(presenters in bold; lab members underlined) Baker, S.J.C., S. Yaqoob, M.-T. Usuanlele, J. Gilchrist, M. Smieja, M. Loeb, S. Khan, J. Pernica, M.G. Surette, A.G.
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Bertelli et al. Microb Genom. 2022 May;8(5). doi: 10.1099/mgen.0.000818. Outbreaks of virulent and/or drug-resistant bacteria have a significant impact on human health and major economic
Emma J. Griffiths et al. Gigascience. 2022 Feb 16;11:giac003. Background: The Public Health Alliance for Genomic Epidemiology (PHA4GE) (https://pha4ge.org) is a global coalition that is
More information about IIDR Trainee Day and Michael Kamin Hart here.
Sjaarda, C.P., J.L. Guthrie, S. Mubareka, J.T. Simpson, B. Hamelin, H. Wong, L. Mortimer, R. Slinger, A.G. McArthur, M. Desjardins, K. Douchant, Ontario’s COVID-19 Genomics
Congratulations Emily Panousis on being awarded a 2021 IIDR Summer Student Fellowship! For nine years now, these awards have supported trainees working in IIDR and
McMaster Biochemistry & Biomedical Sciences Research Symposium Edalatmand. A. & A.G. McArthur. 2021. Ontology-driven method of contextualizing antimicrobial resistance determinants. Poster presentation at the McMaster
Imagine a tiny molecular machine armed with a program to infect human cells, subvert their defenses and make copies of itself to infect neighboring cells