The Microbiology department harbors a collaborative scientific community whose members share a passion for microbes and scientific exploration. We are uncovering the mechanisms used by diverse microbes to survive in nature and to interact with host organisms. Our research ranges from understanding fundamental biological mechanisms to addressing specific infectious disease challenges that are critical for human health
Microbiology Monday Talks: Noon-1:00pm, NRB1031 and Zoom
Huh and Kagan labs Please see "Micro-Events" email for Zoom information
We have a joint search for an Assistant/Associate Professor of Microbiology at Harvard Medical School together with the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology (CCIB) at MGH and the Center for Integrated Solutions for Infectious Diseases (CISID).
We are searching for a junior investigator pursuing innovative approaches to fundamental problems in infectious disease and immunology relevant to human infection.
Silvi Rouskin was recently awarded a NIH Director's New Innovator Award for her work on "Constructing the Nest - Understanding the Mechanisms of Nidoviridae RNA Genomes Transcription and Recombination." Congratulations, Silvi!