Our laboratory is focused on two fundamental aspects of Mycobacterial physiology:
What energy sources do pathogenic microorganisms use in the host?
What are the mechanisms that pathogenic microorganisms use to generate energy?
How do aerobic pathogens survive in host tissues that are hypoxic?
What are the signalling pathways and how are the controlled?
How do mycobacteria uncouple metabolism from growth?
What role do toxin-antitoxin modules play in this process?
Dr Michael Petridis, Postdoctoral fellow, email@example.com
Liam Harold, PhD Candidate, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reuben Vercoe, PhD Candidate, email@example.com
Kiel Hards, PhD candidate, firstname.lastname@example.org
Zoe Williams, PhD candidate, email@example.com