John Belisle

Professor Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology

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About John

Dr. Belisle is Professor of Bacteriology. His laboratory studies the proteomes of the mycobacteria using high throughput methodologies such as 2-D PAGE and LC-MS-MS. The Belisle lab seeks to: (1) characterize the glycoproteins of M. tuberculosis and define the implications of post-translational modifications on immunogenicity and bacterial physiology; (2) elucidate the molecular mechanism of growth regulation and glycolipid biosynthesis in Mycobacterium spp.; and (3) identify the proteins of M. tuberculosis that are primary targets of the host immune response to develop improved diagnostics, vaccines and anti-mycobacterial drugs. Dr. Belisle is recipient of the prestigious Monfort Professorship at CSU.

Education

PhD, Colorado State University, 1992BS, Colorado State University, 1984

                
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