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Gustad a Hero

Thomas Gustad

We always knew that microbiology instructor Tom Gustad was a hero, but now it's official. Tom was recently added to the CourseHero Faculty Club, which publishes lessons from top educators. Read the article, Piglets, Potato Salad, and Death: Liven up Microbiology with Storytelling, at the CourseHero website


Other Microbiological Sciences News

New paper from the Bergholz Lab
A new paper from the Bergholz Lab reports on the thermal resistance of Salmonella serovars on flaxseeds

Listeria under stress from the Bergholz Lab
The latest publication from the Bergholz Lab looks at the effect of two different environmental stresses (increased osmolarity and bile salts) on the foodborne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes.

New paper from the Bergholz Lab
A new publication from Teresa Bergholz's group shows that vacuum steam inactivates pathogens on wheat without affecting the quality of milled flour

Dr. Paul Carson to talk about vaccine hesitancy and exemptions
Dr. Carson, Professor of Public Health, will present a seminar on vaccine hesitancy and exemptions on Thursday, January 30 at 11 AM in Van Es 101. Refreshments will be available from 10:30 AM

Spring Seminar Series
Our Spring Seminar Series kicks off on January 16 at 11 AM in Van Es 101.

Opening for a Postdoctoral Associate
The Ramamoorthy Lab has an opening for a Postdoctoral Associate in viral immunity and vaccine development

New paper from Bergholz Lab
How do seasonal conditions impact survival of pathogenic E. coli on lettuce? The answer is in a new paper from Teresa Bergholz's group.

New paper from Dorsam Lab
Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide (VIP) has critical roles in gut health. This new research shows that those roles include maintaining microbiota balance and biodiversity.

Dorsam research featured in The Spectrum 
How do your body and the bacteria in your gut communicate?