JAM Spring 2018 Session 

June 8th 2018

Daria Shamarina, University of Sheffield
Human commensals augment Staphylococcus aureus pathogenesis

Rebecca Devine, University of East Anglia
From Ants to Antibiotics: Discovery of Novel Medicines

May 11th 2018

Michael Bottery, University of York
Adapting to Antibiotic Resistance

Ana Catarina da Silva, University of Nottingham
Understanding the ecology and evolution of polymicrobial wound infections

April 20th 2018

Rebecca Brown, Imperial College London
Defining the members of the intestinal microbiota that protect against respiratory infection

Rebecca Hall, University of York
Pretty Fly for a Tsetse: Flux balance analysis of the tsetse symbiont Sodalis glossinidius

March 9th 2018

Taylor Monaghan, Univerisity of Kent
Clostridia - The mean, green, biofuel machine!

Rebecca McHugh, University of Strathclyde
Characterisation of the mode of action of Aurodox, a Type III secretion System inhibitor from Streptomyces

Raymond Kiu, Quadram Institute Bioscience
Probing genomic aspects of the multi-host pathogen Clostridium perfringens

February 9th 2018

Anna Higgins, University of Leeds
Determining the mechanism of BAM-assisted OMP folding

Helen Brown, Cardiff University
Cutibacterium acnes is able to tailor its biofilms formation to environmental cues and increase biofilm formation in Staphylococcus species