Honoratus Van Bakel, PhD
Harm van Bakel's research is focused on applying novel genomics technologies to fundamental problems in infectious disease to understand host:pathogen interactions and the molecular basis of evolution and transmission of bacteria and viruses. His lab further applies the latest bulk-tissue, single-cell and spatial transcriptomics technologies to characterize host responses to infection/vaccination. He also uses the same transcriptomic technologies to study craniofacial development, revealing the cell types and gene-regulatory networks that govern suture development and craniosynostosis.
Antimicrobial Resistance, Bacterial Genetics, Bioinformatics, Coronavirus, Gene Regulation, Genomics, Infectious Disease, Influenza Virus, RNA, RNA Splicing & Processing, SARS Virus, Sequence Alignment, Staphylococcus Aureus, Stem Cells, Virulence Genes, Viruses and Virology
Multi-Disciplinary Training Areas
Genetics and Genomic Sciences [GGS], Microbiology [MIC]