Dr. Richard G. Brennan – CBC/RBC Seminar Molecular Dissection of the Roles of MtrRin Neisseria gonorrhoeae Multidrug ResistanceDate: Time: 4:00 pm–5:00 pm
Beadle Center Room: N172
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Richard Brennan is the James B. Duke Professor of Biochemistry and chair of the Department of Biochemistry at Duke University School of Medicine. A major focus of the Brennan laboratory is the delineation of the molecular and structural mechanisms of protein-nucleic interaction in order to understand more completely bacterial multidrug resistance, multidrug tolerance/persistence and riboregulation at the levels of transcription and posttranscription regulation. Brennan’s studies on multidrug resistance have led to a deeper grasp of how a single protein can bind myriad, chemically and structurally dissimilar compounds to effect antimicrobial resistance. Dr. Brennan is a fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology and the AAAS.
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