University of Minnesota
University Relations
http://www.umn.edu/urelate
612-624-6868

Minnesota Supercomputing Institute


Log out of MyMSI
GaleCA

Research Abstracts Online
January - December 2011

Main TOC ...... Next Abstract

University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Medical School
Department of Pediatrics

PI: Cheryl A. Gale

Polarity Establishment and Maintenance in Candida albicans

The Gale laboratory studies the molecular mechanisms of morphogenesis in the opportunistic fungal pathogen, Candida albicans. By using molecular and cell biological approaches, they hope to dissect the differences that underlie yeast- and hyphal-form growth and to understand how the filamentous hypha, in particular, facilitates tissue invasion. Specific research projects utilizing MSI resources involve quantification of dynamic hyphal tip-localized structures during morphogenesis in mutant and control strains.

Group Members

Timothy Heisel, Staff
Sara Kegley, Staff
Rebecca Pulver, Graduate Student
Robert Robins, Undergraduate Student