Sabine Kienesberger

Scientist, University of Graz
  • University of Graz
  • Austria

About Sabine Kienesberger

My research interest is directed towards pathogens but also commensals that exhibit the ability to cause disease, either in certain niches or under specific conditions. The interplay of bacterial communities in complex environments is what fascinates me and I aim to understand on a mechanistic level how bacteria and bacterial communities influence and interact with their (human) hosts. My favorite bacterial model organisms are Campylobacter species, Helicobacter pylori and Klebsiella species.


Antimicrobials and resistance Bacteria Clinical microbiology Computational biology Infectious diseases Microbial genetics Microbiomes Molecular biology Pathogenesis


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