We use cryo-Electron Microscopy, combined with X-ray crystallography, NMR and other biophysical methods, to study the structure and mechanism of protein nano-machines. In particular, we are interested in understanding the molecular basis of bacterial virulence, bacterial cell organization, and virus-host interaction.
For more information, visit the lab website: www.bergeronlab.com
- Julien Bergeron
- Shamar Lale-Farjat: Research Assistant
- Soi Bui: Post-doctoral Fellow
- Natalie Al-Otaibi (University of Sheffield): Post-doctoral Fellow
- Alex Parker (University of Sheffield): Post-doctoral Fellow
- Sasha Evans: PhD Student
- Becky Farthing: PhD Student
- Kailin Qi: PhD Student
- Andrew Goodale: PhD Student
Work supported by the BBSRC, the Royal Society, and the Human Frontiers Science Program.
Partners include eBIC and Diamond, as well as the LonCEM consortium.
Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Council