This summer, Annalisa Huckaby (West Virginia University Undergraduate Student and SURE fellow) and Gage Pyles (West Liberty University undergraduate student and INBRE fellow) worked in the laboratory to clone and express important antigens for our vaccine work on Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Bordetella pertussis. They both presented their work at the SURE and INBRE symposium. Annalisa […]
West Virginia University just published a press release on a new award from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to the Barbier Lab. The funds will be used to develop a multivalent vaccine against the pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. More information can be found here.
This year, the five graduate students from the Damron and Barbier laboratories presented their work at the Van Liere Research Symposium. Emel Sen-Kilic’s work was featured as an oral presentation and she won first place for her poster in her category. Jesse Hall, Ting Wong and Hayden Basinger also were awarded first place for in […]
Emel Sen-Kilic, Dylan Boehm, and Ting Wong showcased the work from the laboratory as oral presentations and posters at the 2018 Pittsburgh Bacterial Pathogenesis Meeting.