Randall BasarabaProfessor Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology
Dr. Basaraba is a Full Professor of Mycobacterial Pathology. His laboratory focuses on the pathogenesis of tuberculosis in several animal models. Dr. Basaraba’s work, funded by NIH and the American Diabetes Foundation, examines the Mycobacterial sequestration in granulomas and the synergistic relationship of tuberculosis and diabetes worldwide. Working in collaboration with Drs. Orme, Lenaerts, Crick as a member of the CSU Mycobacteriology Research Laboratories, Basaraba’s group focuses on understanding the unique state of mycobacteria in granulomas and biofilms important in development of anti-microbial resistance.
EducationPhD, Washington State University, 1991DVM, Washington State University, 1985BS, Washington State University, 1981
CertificationsDiplomate, Anatomic Pathology
American College of Veterinary Pathologists