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Helen Boucher

MD, FACP, FIDSA   | Director

Dr. Boucher is an internationally recognized leader in antimicrobial drug development, with deep expertise in study design, and antimicrobial stewardship. She is a member of the Presidential Advisory Council on Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, and Treasurer of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. Dr. Boucher serves on the Board of Trustees of the Physicians of Tufts Medical Center and The College of the Holy Cross.

Ralph Isberg

Ralph Isberg

PhD   | Director

Dr. Isberg has been an acknowledged in the field of bacterial pathogenesis for over 30 years, with particular emphasis on pneumonic and diarrheal diseases.  He has a major interest in identifying strategies for eliminating drug resistance in nosocomial pathogens, focusing on Acinetobacter baumannii.  Among his awards was election to the National Academy of Sciences in 2009.

John Leong

MD, PhD

Dr. Leong is Edith Rieva and Hyman S. Trilling Professor and Chair of the Department of Molecular Biology and Microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine. His research focuses on the interaction of pathogenic Escherichia coliBorrelia burgdorferi (the Lyme disease spirochete) and Streptococcus pneumoniae with host immune and epithelial cells in order to understand the infectious process and develop novel therapies to prevent or treat these infections.

David R. Snydman

MD, FACP, FIDSA, FAST

Dr. Snydman has 35 years of experience in observational and interventional studies in translational research, including trials that resulted in FDA licensure of a biologic product. He has worked on epidemiologic aspects of antibiotic resistance for decades, focusing on hospital-acquired infections, anaerobes, C difficile, and MRSA. His current research is focused on the transmission of antibiotic resistance and C. difficile among nursing home patients and in health systems, as well as the impact of antimicrobial stewardship.

Core Faculty

Amy Pickering

PhD

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, TUSE

Environmental surveillance, AMR profiles, and water supplies

Andrew Camilli

PhD

Professor of Molecular Biology & Microbiology, TUSM

Developing ways to treat and prevent the spread of pathogens

Annie Wayne

DVM, MPH, DACVECC

Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency & Critical Care, TUCSVM

Antibiotic stewardship, infection control, client communication best practices

Berri Jacque

PhD

Associate Professor of Medical Education, TUSM; Director, Tufts University Center for Translational Science Education

Bringing science education to future scientists and citizens, fostering collaboration among biomedical scientists and high school educators

Bree Aldridge

PhD

Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology & Microbiology, TUSM

Mycobacterial virulence, drug tolerance, computational modeling, and combination therapy.

Carol Bascom-Slack

PhD

Research Assistant Professor of Developmental, Molecular & Cellular Biology, TUSM

Education for undergraduates and high school students via initiatives such as the Prevalence of Antibiotic-Resistance in the Environment (PARE) project

Caroline Genco

PhD

Arthur E Spiller Professor; Chair of Immunology, TUSM

Immune mediated diseases and the microbiome

Cheleste Thorpe

MD

Associate Professor of Medicine, TUSM; Attending Physician, TMC

Gut immune activation, host-pathogen interactions and probiotics

Clay Bennett

PhD

Associate Professor of Chemistry, TUSAS

Chemistry and chemical biology of carbohydrates

David M. Gute

MPH, PhD, FACE

Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, TUSE

Environmental and occupational epidemiology, environmental health and safety

Elena N. Naumova

PhD

Professor and Chair of the Division of Nutrition Data Sciences, TUFSN

Adjunct Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, TUSE; Public Health & Family Medicine, TUSM, Mathematics, TUSAS

Emerging and re-emerging diseases, environmental epidemiology, molecular biology, nutrition, and growth

Fiorenzo Omenetto

PhD

Frank C. Doble Professor of Biomedical Engineering; Dean of Research, TUSE

Materials at the interface between technology and life sciences

Gillian Beamer

VMD, PhD, DACVP

Assistant Professor of Pathology, TUCSVM

Stem cells and in vitro modeling for treatment of AMR

Irene Georgakoudi

PhD

Professor of Biomedical Engineering, TUSE

Tissue engineering and cancer diagnostics

Joan Mecsas

PhD

Professor of Molecular Biology & Microbiology, TUSM

Targeting bacterial-specific biosynthetic pathways with small molecules and compounds as a combination therapy

Kenneth Kaitin

PhD

Professor & Director, Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development

Trends in the development and regulation of new pharmaceutical products

Krishna Kumar

PhD
Robinson Professor of Chemistry, TUSAS; Professor of Biomedical Engineering, TUSE

Organic chemistry, biological chemistry, and combating bacterial resistance to antibiotics

Michael R. Jordan

MD, MPH

Attending Physician, TMC;
Assistant Professor, TUSM

Clinical relevance of low-frequency HIV drug resistant mutations, development of population level surveillance strategies

Nikhil Nair

PhD

Assistant Professor of Chemical & Biological Engineering, TUSE

Engineering microbial physiology

Qiaobing Xu

PhD

Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, TUSE,
Associate Professor, TUSM

Developing synthetic materials for the delivery of therapeutic biomacromolecules

Roberto Viau Colindres

MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine, TUSM; Attending Physician, TMC

Gram negative resistance, antibiotic stewardship

Shira Doron

MD

Attending Physician, Associate Hospital Epidemiologist, and Antimicrobial Steward, TMC; Associate Professor of Medicine, TUSM

Antimicrobial stewardship, infectious diseases, and hospital epidemiology

Yoav Golan

MD, FIDSA

Associate Professor of Medicine, TUSM; Attending Physician, TMC

Hospital-acquired infections, antibiotic resistance, MRSA, C. difficile infections, invasive fungal infections, hospital epidemiology

TMC : Tufts Medical Center

TUCSVM : Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine

TUFSN : Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition 

TUSAS : Tufts University School of Arts and Sciences

TUSE : Tufts University School of Engineering

TUSM : Tufts University School of Medicine