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  • Van Liere 2018
    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 […]
  • Pittsburgh Bacterial Pathogenesis 2018
    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. […]

1 week ago
"Microbiology, Immunology and Cell Biology students awarded top honors at Van Liere Research Conference" Congrats to all our lab members! https://t.co/ifdGA2jDBW
1 month ago
Emel Sen-Kiliç showcasing the lab's vaccine work at the 53rd Annual Van Liere Conference. Awesome work!!! #WVUVanLiere https://t.co/pnZAavTjSL mabarbier photo
5 months ago
Dr. F. Heath Damron receives $1.3 million to form a Vaccine Development Center at WVU! https://t.co/z3EVyuvnje
6 months ago
Our first selfie with the best University President when we first joined the WVU Faculty 3 years ago! #WVUDayofGiving https://t.co/PRk3c8wgIs mabarbier photo
10 months ago
Genewiz selected @fheathdamron as scientist of the day! Congratulations!!! https://t.co/POvSQGPv0P
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Scientist of the Day: Dr. Damron of @WVUMedSchool. Learn more about his research on respiratory pathogens #GWZWeek17 https://t.co/7wGtuo5Y8l https://t.co/1YeFU4IHnE
1 year ago
Harnessing the bacterial metabolic machinery to produce compounds that help cancer patients recover from chemotherapy funded by @WVCTSI Thx! https://t.co/sXlgKAXTeS