VACCINE DISCOVERY @ GUELPH
LATEST LAB NEWS:
●Click here to familiarize yourself with our research or watch videos 1, 2, 3 and 4
Read about our most recent discoveries here:
A vaccine and diagnostic target for Fusobacterium nucleatum, a colorectal cancer associated pathogen
Anti-diarrhea vaccine (anti-Campylobacter jejuni)
Clostridium difficile vaccine
●Discovery of Clostridium difficile capsule polysaccharides PS-I and PS-II
●Patent divulging water-soluble polysaccharides (PS-I and PS-II) and phenol-soluble polysaccharide (PS-III) of Clostridium difficile
Development of diagnostics to detect autism-associated gut bacteria
●Gut bacteria may hold key to some autism-related symptoms
Gastric cancer vaccine (anti-Helicobacter pylori)
Otitis media vaccine (middle-ear infection vaccine)
●Alloiococcus otitidis vaccine patent (otitis media)
►Research article about new conjugation strategy for vaccine development and that yields more immunogenic conjugate vaccines
●Y. JIAO (Ph.D. Student)
●B. PEQUEGNAT (Ph.D. Student)
●P. GABRYELSKI (M.Sc. Student)
●E. OMARI (M.Sc. Student)
●T. MURPHY (Undergraduate Research Student)
Join our research group and be part our educational and scientific discoveries!
NEW GROUP MEMBERS and VISITORS PLEASE NOTE
►New students must complete Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) training and the Safety Training Course, and read the laboratory safety guidelines before starting laboratory work in laboratory.
►Safety glasses and lab coats are required at all times when visiting or working in laboratory.
Are you interested in joining our research group?
Please send me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your complete curriculum vitae and two reference letters or contacts.
If you do not have any publications and are applying for a Ph.D. position, you must submit with your application a copy of your M.Sc. thesis.
Please note that I will reply only if a suitable position is available.
Potential graduate students have to be accepted by the Guelph-Waterloo Centre for Graduate Work in Chemistry and Biochemistry.