Microbiology Graduate Student
B.S. University of California, Berkeley
Hannah received her BS in Microbial Biology in 2013. Her research interests are the molecular mechanisms of how bacteria adapt to, detoxify and evade toxic stressors in their environment. Her current project focuses on bacterial mechanisms of resistance to host-derived toxic molecules using the model intracellular pathogen Listeria monocytogenes.
Rhodius, V.A., Segall-Shapiro T.H., D. Sharon, B.D., Ghodasara, A., Orlova, E., Tabakh, H., Burkhardt, D.H., Clancy, K., Peterson, T.C., Gross, C.A., and Voigt, C.A. (2013). “Design of orthogonal genetic switches based on a crosstalk map of σs, anti-σs, and promoters.” Molecular Systems Biology. 9:702.