Emily Clements defended her dissertation entitled “Effect of Demand Stochasticity on Microbial Quality of Premise Plumbing Systems.” Committee members included Caitlin Proctor of Purdue University, Kyle Doudrick, Kyle Bibby, and Rob Nerenberg. She did an outstanding job!
As part of a collaborative research between Dr. Nerenberg, Dr. Cerrone (ND, CEEES) and Dr. Martins (TCD, Microbiology), Yanina traveled to Dublin to get trained on several methodologies to study bacterial efflux systems when subjected to low frequency ultrasound. She spent two months at the Antimicrobial Resistant and Host Modulation Laboratory, led by Dr. Martins.
Yanina received funds from the Graduate Student Professional Development Awards (GSPDA) and from the Eck Institute for Global Health (EIGH)!