The Mitreva lab focuses on two main areas, both take advantage of next-generation genomic and computational approaches to empower the study of Infectious Diseases and the human Microbiome. We have had and hope to continue fruitful collaborations with collaborators from around the world so that we can together make a lasting contribution to both understanding of diseases at a molecular level and clinical practices to treat them.
Infectious Diseases: Parasites, Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi
We have a sustained commitment to extending genomics for infectious agents (parasites, fungi, bacteria and viruses) by generating reference genomes and sequencing clinical/field isolates related to a specific phenotype. Our multi-omics approaches are revolutionizing the filed of infectious diseases and our work intends to translates basic science advances in genomics into practical knowledge that contributes to control or elimination of infectious diseases.
• Genomes & Evolution
• Gene Expression & Regulation
• Antigen Discovery
• Host Response
• Drug Targets
• Population Genomics
• Databases & Analysis Tools
• National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
• National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI)
• National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS)
• U.S. Department of Agriculture - National Institute of Food & Agriculture (USDA - NIFA)
• National Science Foundation (NSF)
• Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
• Burroughs Wellcome Fund
• NIH: National Institutes of Health
The Mitreva lab is a member of the Center for Clinical Genomics of Microbial Systems CC-GEMS, a collaboration involving MGI and the Departments of Pediatrics and Medicine at Washington University. More information is available at CC-GEMS.
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Blue = Collaborators
Red = Origin of Helminth Samples