Check out this interview on Med Chem Net about the challenges of discovery for Cryptosporidium and the journey of developing new tools to study this parasite:
Mattie also contributed a post for the Defeat DD Blog (Defeat Diarrheal Disease, a part of PATH) about the impact of a new meta-data analysis of Cryptosporidium epidemiology:
Fecal room in progress
Waiting for the large fridge!
Large fridge has arrived!
Thanks especially to the support staff including the BCDD lab managers for help with ordering and getting the lab space ready!
In February the Pawlowic lab participated in our first public engagement activity, “Science Saturdays” at the Mills Observatory! We had parasites up on the big screen and chatted with over 100 visitors about what does it takes to be a parasite and why is Cryptosporidium an important parasite to know about.
Event organised by Ali Floyd (WCAIR Public Engagement Manager), Mills Observatory (http://www.leisureandculturedundee.com/mills-home), University of Dundee GRE, and Rolf Black and enjoyed by all!
(photos by www.facebook.com/PeachSnaps.co.uk)
University of Georgia
Hill-walking outside Dundee
Home of the new Pawlowic Lab
November 2017 we moved from the University of Georgia in the USA to set up the Pawlowic lab in Dundee, Scotland!
Check out the School of Life Science’s welcome post for the new lab: