Julian Campillo

UW Undergraduate

Education

  • University of Washington

Research Interests

Julian is studying neurobiology and microbiology in order to graduate in 2017 with a B.S. degree. He currently works on exploring the effects of phosphodiesterases in the persistence of Listeria monocytogenes. His main research interests include bacterial metabolic responses to host defense mechanisms.

Email: juliancampilloluna@gmail.com

Phone: 206-616-0675

Publications

Huynh, T. N., Choi, P.H., Sureka K., Ledvina H.E., Campillo J., Tong L., and Woodward J.J. (2016). Cyclic di-AMP targets the cystathionine beta-synthase domain of the osmolyte transporter OpuC. Mol Microbiol. Epub ahead of print

 

 

The Department of Microbiology

The University of Washington

© 2016 by Joshua Woodward.