Searching for Sweet Victory in the Battle Against H. pylori

Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Chemistry Danielle Dube’s lab has a reputation for not only being at the forefront of biochemical and medical science, but also for being a place where professor and student researchers alike have fun.

This summer, Professor Danielle Dube and her student researchers — Ian Kline ’15, Jared Feldman ’16, Brigitte McFarland ’18 and Hal Miller ’16 — are developing therapies to fight a bacterial pathogen called H. pylori, which can cause stomach ulcers, gastritis and, sometimes, gastric cancer.

Check out the Story Map below to learn more about Dube’s lab and their research. This Story Map is best viewed in its own window.

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