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ID&I Seminar Series

Published: April 8th, 2018

Image: Marissa Valentine points at computer screen with Dr. Mary Brown. Text reads: Rare genetic mutation causes resistance to antibiotic used to treat UTIs. Dr. Mary Brown’s recent research explores a rare genetic mutation that causes resistance to the quinolone antibiotic levofloxacin in a bacterium associated with urinary tract infections

Rare genetic mutation causes resistance to antibiotic used to treat UTIs

Published: March 1st, 2018

Dr. Mary Brown’s recent research explores a rare genetic mutation that causes resistance to the quinolone antibiotic levofloxacin in a bacterium associated with urinary tract infections

Text reads: ID&I well-represented at Marine Science Symposium. Faculty, staff and students presented recent research at the North Florida Marine Science Symposium, including work on stranded cetaceans, crustacean viruses, turtle gut microbiome, and bacterial vaccine delivery systems. Image: a group poses in front of the Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience

ID&I well-represented at Marine Science Symposium

Published: February 21st, 2018

By Thom Sanders: ID&I faculty, staff, and students were out in force at this year’s North Florida Marine Science Symposium. The gathering, which brought together researchers from regional institutions at […]

Image of pipette excreting pink fluid. Text reads: Dr. Christian Jobin quoted in New York Times article; Dr. Jobin helps contextualize the impact of recent studies on the potential link between colon cancer and the toxins released by two types of gut bacteria.

Dr. Christian Jobin quoted in New York Times

Published: February 2nd, 2018

Dr. Jobin is featured in a New York Times “Health” section article titled, “Gut Microbes Combine to Cause Colon Cancer, Study Suggest.” Dr. Jobin studies of bacteria in the gastrointestinal […]

Dr. Jobin pointing at microscopic image on screen. Text reads: Dr. Christian Jobin interviewed by Science; Listen to Dr. Jobin discuss the possible link between immunotherapy and the intestinal microbiome. His review of three related papers published in Science, titled “Precision medicine using microbiota,” appears in the January 5th issue of the magazine

Dr. Christian Jobin interviewed by Science

Published: January 5th, 2018

Portrait of Dr. Christian Jobin. Image text reads: Dr. Christian Jobin details recent research in new video; The Jobin Lab is interested in bacteria / host interactions and ensuring innate / immunological responses during health and diseases.

Dr. Christian Jobin details recent research in new video

Published: December 21st, 2017

Image Text reads: Recent Addition to Veterinary Academic Building Wins Award; The LEED gold certificed space houses the Curtiss-Clark Curtiss Labs and the UF College of Veterinary Medicine’s Clinical Skills Laboratory. Image is of the two story addition.

Recent Addition to Veterinary Academic Building Wins Award

Published: December 21st, 2017

Premature babies gain protective gut bacterium through breast-feeding, researchers find

Published: November 29th, 2017

Dr. Dan Brown and scientist Dina Michaels inspect a fluorescence microscope image showing dog brain cells from an animal infected with Mycoplasma canis. Text overlay reads “View from our Chair Daniel R. Brown.”

View From Our Chair: Daniel R. Brown, PhD

Published: June 30th, 2017

Dr. Daniel R. Brown, Interim Chair of the Department of Infectious Diseases and Immunology, outlines the evolution of the department and reiterates its mission.

Dr. John Dame sits in an office, posing for the camera

Dr. John Dame provides context for new asymptomatic malaria test

Published: June 27th, 2017

Dr. Dame elucidates the potential importance of a new rapid diagnostic test for asymptomatic malaria infection and offers a global perspective on its possible role in the fight against malaria.