Using Cellular Morphology to Understand Drug Mechanisms Against the Agent of Tuberculosis – Tufts University’s Trever Smith, PhD
Please join us for this month’s Levy CIMAR Science Seminar, presented by Trever Smith, PhD, a Research Assistant Professor in the Molecular Biology and Microbiology department at Tufts. In his research, Dr. Smith uses a combination of fluorescence microscopy, omics style data, and computational biology to understand how drugs target and kill Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb). Using antibacterials to inhibit specific cellular processes, he is currently investigating how perturbations to one or more pathways contribute to Mtb cell death.
Dr. Smith’s talk title is to-come, however you can learn more about him and see a list of his publications here.