Projects will involve evaluation and/or development of cutting-edge clinical microbiology diagnostics used to identify infectious agents (bacteria, fungi, viruses) to aid in diagnosis and treatment of human infection; and projects in Immunomics (how the repertoire of antibodies respond to pathogens and vaccination), emerging antimicrobial resistance, antibiotic development, and Gram-negative bacterial pathogenesis.
Contact Stefan Riedel, MD, PhD. for projects related to next generation diagnostics. Contact Ramy Arnaout, MD, DPhil for projects related to Immunomics. Contact James Kirby for projects related to antimicrobial resistance, antibiotic development, and bacterial pathogenesis. Please indicate in your email that you were referred from the clinmicrolab.org website. We currently are also significantly involved in SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic method evaluations. Every level of experience welcome. Check out our individual websites for more information. We currently or in the past have had multiple students from Northeastern, Boston University, Wellesley, University of Massachusetts, Harvard, Wayne State. Oberlin, and MIT. Participants have gone on to highly competitive medical school, graduate school and residency programs. We look forward to hearing form you!