GRC double header!

Come find me (I dare you!) at the GRC Bacterial Cell Surfaces and GRC Microbial Toxins and Pathogenicity conferences.

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I'll be summering in New England, apparently. Clam bakes, lobster rolls and mosquito swarms on the horizon!

Come track me down at the GRC Bacterial Cell Surfaces (June 26-July 1) and at the GRC Microbial Toxins and Pathogenicity (July 10-15) conferences.

I'd be happy to chat your ear off about our lovely journal. Oh, and science too, I guess.

Michael Chao

Project Manager, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health

I first developed an interest in bacterial pathogenesis while at Cornell University. I then earned my PhD in Biomedical and Biological Sciences from Harvard University in Eric Rubin’s laboratory, studying cell wall remodelling in Mycobacterium tuberculosis. From 2012-2015, I continued my training as a postdoctoral fellow in Matthew Waldor’s lab at Harvard Medical School, investigating the role of DNA methylation on regulating fundamental cellular processes in Vibrio cholerae.