Karen Dobos

Faculty Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology

About Karen

The Dobos laboratory is focused on descriptive, comparative studies of Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains that are relevant to the development of 2nd generation vaccines and diagnostic assays. Specifically, the laboratory utilizes mass spectrometry, animal models of tuberculosis, and collaborations with clinical research groups to define macromolecules engaged in host-parasite interactions. This is accomplished through highly collaborative studies within CSU (principally with the laboratories of Drs. Angelo Izzo and Nicole Kruh-Garcia) and outside of the University.

Education

BA, Adams State College, 1990PhD, Colorado State University, 1995

                

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