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February 8, 2020

I recently sat down with Cesar de la Fuente, a newly appointed Assistant Professor in the Departments of Microbiology, Psychiatry, and Bioengineering. Cesar leads a diverse group interested in using multiple approaches, including in-silico models and synthetic biology, to address global health challenges. Below is a paraphrased transcript of our discussion regarding his time at Penn, goals for the future, and advice for current trainees.

JG: Could you describe some of the projects in your lab

CF: Our main goal is to develop new molecular tools and medicines using computers. We are currently focusing on developing new antibiotics to help address the global h...

May 19, 2017

Clinical microbiology is the application of research for the prevention, direct diagnosis, and treatment of infectious diseases. Clinical microbiology may be a viable career option for those who want to apply their knowledge of infectious disease in clinical settings to promote public health. Two recent CAMB graduates, Jamie Lemon and Alexandra Bryson, pursued this path after leaving Penn. Jamie Lemon was an MVP student in Dr. Jeffrey Weiser’s lab, where she studied the immune response to Streptococcus pneumoniae colonization using a mouse model. She defended her thesis in March 2015 and is currently a second-year Clinical Microbiology Fellow at the NIH....

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