Motor transmission and virulence | Mark Stenglein

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Mark Stenglein is an Assistant Professor in the Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology Department at Colorado State University. Dr. Stenglein’s training bridges computing and biology and he has deep roots in both areas. In addition to a PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology, Dr. Stenglein has formal training in mathematics and computer science, and worked for 6 years for an aerospace engineering company writing analytics software. His doctoral research focused on innate immune anti-viral defense systems. As a postdoc, he developed and used metagenomic sequencing and computational methods to identify and characterize the cause of infectious diseases of unknown etiology. The Stenglein lab continues to apply a blend of techniques to the study of infectious diseases.


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