Title: Assistant Professor
Office: OE 210
Department(s): Biological Sciences, Biomolecular Sciences Institute
Laura's research into the Wolbachia bacteria seeks to contribute to fundamental understanding of host-microbe interactions and advancement of human health interests.
- Host-microbe interactions, focusing on how Wolbachia bacteria interact with and manipulate insect cells at the molecular level.
My research group investigates how Wolbachia bacteria interact with eukaryotic cells. We are especially interested in several