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A New Postdoc for the Pamer Lab

A New Postdoc for the Pamer Lab

Physician-Scientist Angelica Moran is the newest addition to the Pamer Lab.  Having received her MD/PhD from Northwestern University, Angelica is currently a clinical resident in the University of Chicago Pathology Department.  Angelica is interested in both basic science and translational research that advances precision medicine. Her goals are to use genomic and metabolomic approaches to...

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Pamer Lab Continues to Grow

Pamer Lab Continues to Grow

Rita Oliveira joined the Pamer Lab in June, 2021 as a postdoctoral Scholar.  Rita received both her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the  Faculty of Science at Lisbon University in Portugal.  She went on to receive her PhD from the Gulbenkian Institute of Science where she studied quorum sensing manipulation of the gut microbiota.  In the Pamer Lab, Rita plans to study the host and...

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Pamer Lab Gains a Gastroenterology Fellow

Pamer Lab Gains a Gastroenterology Fellow

Gastroenterology fellow Matt Odewald, M.D., Ph.D., joined the Pamer Lab in April, 2021. While in the lab, Matt plans to study the impact of the intestinal microbiome on the development of liver disease and its complications.  Matt received his MD/PhD from UChicago Pritzker School of Medicine, where he studied epithelial cell biology in the laboratory of Dr. Jerrold Turner. During his residency...

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Pamer Lab Gets a New Postdoc

Pamer Lab Gets a New Postdoc

Postdoctoral Scholar Nhu Nguyen joined the Pamer Lab at the beginning of 2021 and plans to focus her work on the ability of different Clostridioides difficile strains to penetrate the dense mucus layer. Nhu received her PhD in Microbiology from Michigan State University in 2020 where she studied under Dr. Yann Dufour.  Prior to her time at MSU, Nhu spent 7 years as a research assistant in a...

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Sophie Son Joins the Lab as a Postdoctoral Scholar

Sophie Son Joins the Lab as a Postdoctoral Scholar

Hailing from Queens, New York, Sophie graduated from Cornell University in 2017 with a degree in Biological Sciences and a minor in East Asian studies. She spent the following two years working at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard as a Research Technician optimizing the use of bacterial transcriptional signatures for rapid microbial diagnostic technology.  Sophie joined the Medical...

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Cody Cole joins the Pamer Lab

Cody Cole joins the Pamer Lab

Committee on Microbiology student Cody Cole joined the Eric Pamer Lab in August.  A lifelong Texan, Cody graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2017 with a BS in Microbiology and continued working there until moving to Chicago to start graduate school.  While still working out the particulars of his project in the lab, he plans on looking into the impacts that lantibiotics pose in a...

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