We combine computational and experimental network biology approaches to understand the molecular interactions that determine infection and treatment fate in tuberculosis. We will use these insights to inform the engineering of therapies that are safer, more effective, and harder for the pathogen to evade.
- January 18, 2023 Ma Lab Receives Award from W. M. Keck Foundation
- January 2, 2023 Welcome Braden Carroll!
- August 15, 2022 Welcome Miranda Coldren!
- August 15, 2022 Welcome Anna Eydinova!
- July 7, 2022 Congratulations, Jinny!
- June 27, 2022 Welcome Erick Tieu!
- January 3, 2022 Welcome Braden Griebel!
- January 3, 2022 Welcome Jinny Ryu!
- January 3, 2022 Welcome Nolawit Mulugeta!
- November 22, 2021 Welcome Elizabeth Nilles!
- October 11, 2021 Welcome Bjorn Sunde!
- October 4, 2021 Welcome Dr. Opu Bhuiyan!
- September 27, 2021 Welcome Guoyue Xu!
- August 3, 2021 Host-Pathogen Networks Grant funded!
- July 10, 2021 Welcome Monica Bergado ! We're excited to have Monica join us as a UW TB scholar
- June 14, 2021 Welcome Emma Mudrock
- March 1, 2021 Welcome George Wang!
- February 22, 2021 Welcome Ethan Bustad!
- January 4, 2021 Ma Lab Open for Business!
- December 29, 2020 INDIGO-Tox Grant Funded
- November 16, 2020 New Paper Published
Shuyi Ma, PhD
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