Mclaughlin Lab Group

Microbial Protein Structure & Function Research

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Spread of Antibiotic Resistance

Bacteria can gain antibiotic resistant genes through horizontal gene transfer, also know as conjugative plasmid transfer (CPT). What is the molecular basis of this process?

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Gut Microbiome & Autoimmune Disease

People with autoimmune diseases have a very different population of microbes in their gut. Are the elevated microbes playing a role in the disease state?

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Understanding Mycobacteria

Can characterizing the proteomes of Mycobacterium smegmatis and its associated mycobacteriophages allow us to understand and target tuberculosis?

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McLaughlin Lab: Summer 2021

Lab Members

Dr. Krystle J. McLaughlin

Principal Investigator | Khaleesi of Biochemistry | Mother of Microbes

Alison Bond

Vassar ’22 | CPT Researcher

Kathryn Enquist

Vassar ’24 | CPT Researcher

Vanessa Madrigal

Vassar ’23 | CPT Researcher

Jordan Norman

Vassar ’24 | CPT Researcher

Faith Northern

Vassar 22 | CPT Researcher

Eden O’Donnell

Vassar ’23 | B. ovatus Researcher

Lilith Schwartz

Vassar ’22 | B. ovatus Researcher



Note: The lab is full for the 2021-2022 academic year.

The McLaughlin Lab is a part of the Chemistry Department at Vassar College.

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