Browse By Topic Cellular Biology
Dr. Annette Angus' story provides insight on academia’s much-lamented “leaky pipeline” problem: “Thriving in a space not designed to cultivate your development is a constant challenge.”
Bacteria use quorum sensing, a type of complex communication, to sense and respond to both members of their own species and members of different species.
The blood-brain barrier is protective, but not perfect. Learn how microorganisms get through the BBB and enter the central nervous system, and how these mechanisms are informing neurotherapeutic design.