I am a geneticist who studies the mechanisms that enable bacteria to cause disease and to further human health. I received a MS in Biochemistry from the University of Buenos Aires and a PhD from the University of Chicago. After spending 20 years in the faculty of the Washington University School of Medicine, I joined the Yale School of Medicine in 2010. For 19 years, I was a member of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
|Elected||American Academy of Arts and Sciences||2022|
|Junior Faculty Research Award||American Cancer Society||2021|
|Research Career Development Award||National Institutes of Health||2021|
|Elected to Fellowship||American Acadmy of Microbiology||2021|
|Elected to Fellowship||American Association for the Advancement of Science||2021|