Weinberger Lab

Our research focuses on the mechanisms driving the observed epidemiological patterns of pneumococcal disease. Pneumococcus causes a large burden of disease worldwide, particularly among young children and the elderly.  Major research questions in the lab are related to long-term bacterial evolution, impacts of immunization on carriage and disease in different populations, and seasonal determinants of bacterial disease incidence (including viral co-infections and carriage). These projects utilize both quantitative tools and experimental laboratory studies. You can learn more about our research and recent publications here.

Weinberger Lab, Spring 2015. Left to right: Esra Kurum, Sandy Pingali, Dan Weinberger, Emma Claye, The Danish Postdoc

Weinberger Lab, Spring 2015. Left to right: Esra Kurum, Sandy Pingali, Dan Weinberger, Emma Claye, The Danish Postdoc. Not pictured: Joe Lewnard

 

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Sandy Pingali, MPH '15, working hard in the lab

 

The pneumococcus

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