Our work showing how a trade-off between bacterial motility and growth leads to coexistence of bacterial species has been published in Nature!
Erçağ Pinçe wins best poster award
Congratulations to postdoc Erçağ Pinçe for winning the best poster award at the Harvard FAS Postdoc Research Symposium!
Marianne Grognot wins best talk award
Congratulations to postdoc Marianne Grognot for winning the 1st prize for oral presentation at the 3rd annual symposium on Careers and Collaboration in Science (B-SoCCS 2019).
Harvard undergrad Anisha Mittal will be studying the motility of bacterial pathogens under the supervision of postdoc Marianne Grognot.
Rowland Foundation Award
Thank you to the Rowland Foundation for supporting our work! Postdoc Marianne Grognot (left) will mentor Harvard undergrad Anisha Mittal (right) working on determining motility strategies of pathogens.
Postdoc Erçağ Pinçe joined the lab in November 2018, after completing a project at FOM Institute AMOLF.