student

Laura Jackson

lkj21@uw.edu

Fred Hutch

Human Biology

Cancer Biology

Microbiology, Infection & Immunity

Entry Quarter: Autumn 2016
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Publications Link

Research Summary

I am interested in understanding the mechanisms H. pylori uses to adapt and persist within its human host during periods of chronic infection. To do this I take a functional genomics approach, using both next-gen sequence data to compare populations over time and basic genetic tools and techniques to identify specific factors that facilitate adaptation during chronic infection.

Lab Information

Advisor: Nina Salama