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Welcome to the Department of Microbiology

The Department of Microbiology strives to enhance the vision of its benefactor Grania Guinness of an academic institute committed to exploration of the interactions between microbial pathogens and their hosts and to advancement of knowledge likely to impact positively on the development of vaccines, diagnostic tools and novel preventive and therapeutic treatments to combat and control infectious and communicable diseases affecting mankind and domestic animals worldwide.

NEWS

Seminar by

Dr Christian Riedel from the Ulm University, Germany; Thursday 6th October at 1pm on Analysis of host-microbe interactions at the mucosal epithelium using ex vivo differentiated primary macrophages, See More Seminars.

Visualising how Salmonella genes are regulated

In a collaboration with scientists at the University of Liverpool, Dr Aoife Colgan and Assistant Professor Carsten Kröger (both at the Department of Microbiology, Trinity College Dublin) have determined the roles of the important regulatory systems that allow the human pathogen Salmonella Typhimurium to cause disease. Read More

Plant Kingdom Provides Two New Antibiotic Candidates

Associate Professor and Head of Microbiology at Trinity College Dublin, Ursula Bond, led the team that has just published its research in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Read More

LATEST NEWS:

Seminar by
Dr Christian Riedel from the Ulm University, Germany; Thursday 6th October at 1pm on Analysis of host-microbe interactions at the mucosal epithelium using ex vivo differentiated primary macrophages, see more seminars.

Visualising how Salmonella genes are regulated
In a collaboration with scientists at the University of Liverpool, Dr Aoife Colgan and Assistant Professor Carsten Kröger (both at the Department of Microbiology, Trinity College Dublin) have determined the roles of the important regulatory systems that allow the human pathogen Salmonella Typhimurium to cause disease. Read More 29/08/16

Plant Kingdom Provides Two New Antibiotic Candidates
Associate Professor and Head of Microbiology at Trinity College Dublin, Ursula Bond, led the team that has just published its research in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Read More 21/06/16

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Last updated 22 September 2016 by Microbiology (Email).