Paul now has a MSc in Chem! Congratulations!
We study the biological and chemical mechanisms of intracellular nickel homeostasis. Many pathogenic bacteria use nickel as an essential nutrient, requiring a variety of nickel homeostasis pathways to maintain nickel availability and distribution while restricting undesirable exposure to avoid toxicity. These unique pathways provide attractive targets for new antimicrobial strategies, and a fundamental understanding of the factors involved is necessary to achieve such a goal.
We apply a multidisciplinary approach while drawing methods from fields such as structural biology, protein chemistry, microbiology, and inorganic spectroscopy.
Lousie, Mingyang, and Jerry join the lab as summer students! Welcome!
Mike Lacasse can now change his title from Mr. to Dr. on his magazine and journal subscriptions! Congratulations!
Stephanie was a summer student in the Zamble lab during undergrad and has now returned as a MSc Student in the Chemistry Department. Welcome back Stephanie!