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Our lab focuses on the pathogenesis and host response to Klebsiella pneumoniae, an increasingly resistant and versatile organism. One of only three threats deemed "urgent" by the CDC, resistant Klebsiella infections kill half of people afflicted and are only increasing in prevalence. Utilizing mouse models of pneumonia, bacteremia and urinary tract infection (UTI), we are dissecting just how this bacterium causes infection in the host and how the host responds. We are particularly interested in adaptive responses to Klebsiella pneumoniae including the development of broad and effective vaccines. 

Clinical interests

Pediatric infectious diseases, resistant bacterial infections


Excited to host trainees in my Klebsiella pathogenesis lab. Please contact me directly to hear more about potential projects. 

Available to Mentor:

  • Undergraduate Students
  • PhD/MSTP Students
  • Postdocs
  • Residents and Fellows


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