Webinar Friday Lecture Series
(open to the Rockefeller community)
Friday, June 10, 2022
Paul E. Turner, Ph.D.
Rachel Carson Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Microbiology Faculty, Yale School of Medicine
Director of Quantitative Biology Institute
Director of the Program in Physics, Engineering & Biology
Phage Therapy to Combat Infections by Antibiotic-resistant Bacterial Pathogens
Blazanin, M., Lam, W.T., Vasen, E., Chan, B. K., & Turner, P.E. (2021). Decay and damage of therapeutic phage OMKO1 by environmental stressors. bioRxiv
Alizon, S., & Turner, P. E. (2021). Can we eradicate viral pathogens?. Journal of evolutionary biology, 34(12), 1851–1854.
Kortright, K. E., Done, R. E., Chan, B. K., Souza, V., & Turner, P. E. (2021). Selection for phage resistance reduces virulence of Shigella flexneri. Applied and environmental microbiology, AEM0151421.
Bono, L. M., Mao, S., Done, R. E., Okamoto, K. W., Chan, B. K., & Turner, P. E. (2021). Advancing phage therapy through the lens of virus host-breadth and emergence potential. Advances in virus research, 111, 63–110.
Blazanin, M., & Turner, P. E. (2021). Community context matters for bacteria-phage ecology and evolution. The ISME journal, 15(11), 3119–3128.
Kortright, K. E., Doss-Gollin, S., Chan, B. K., & Turner, P. E. (2021). Evolution of Bacterial Cross-Resistance to Lytic Phages and Albicidin Antibiotic. Frontiers in microbiology, 12, 658374.