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  • Duke University Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
    Moncalvo J M F M Lutzoni S A Rehner J Johnson and R Vilgalys 2000 Phylogenetic relationships of agaric fungi based on nuclear large subunit ribosomal DNA sequences Systematic Biology 49 278 305 Pringle A J M Moncalvo and R Vilgalys 2000 High levels of variation in ribosomal DNA seuqences wtihin and among spores of a natural population of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Acaulospora colossica Mycologia 92 259 268 Pringle A J M Moncalvo and R Vilgalys 2000 High levels of variation in ribosomal DNA sequences within and among spores of a natural population of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Acaulospora colossica Mycologia 92 259 268 Redhead S A K A Seifert R Vilgalys and J M Moncalvo 2000 Rhacophyllus and Zerovaemyces Teleomorphs or anamorphs Taxon 49 789 798 Schoenian G A Forche H J Tietz M Mueller Y Graeser R Vilgalys T G Mitchell and W Presber 2000 Untersuchungen zur genetischen Struktur von Candida albicans Populationen unterschiedlicher geographischer Herkunft Genetic structure of geographically different populations of Candida albicans Mycoses 43 51 56 Thorn R G J M Moncalvo C A Reddy and R Vilgalys 2000 Phylogenetic analyses and the distribution of nematophagy support a monophyletic Pleurotaceae within the polypheletic pleurotoid lentinoid fungi Mycologia 92 241 252 Thorn R G J M Moncalvo C A Reddy and R Vilgalys 2000 Phylogenetic analyses and the distribution of nematophagy support a monophyletic Pleurotaceae within the polyphyletic pleurotoid lentinoid fungi Mycologia 92 241 252 Xu J R Y Ali D A Gregory D Amick S E Lambert H J Yoell R J Vilgalys and T G Mitchell 2000 Uniparental mitochondrial transmission in sexual crosses in Cryptococcus neoformans Current Microbiology 40 269 273 Xu J A R Ramos R Vilgalys and T G Mitchell 2000 Clonal and spontaneous origins of fluconazole resistance in Candida albicans Journal of Clinical Microbiology 38 1214 1220 Xu J R Vilgalys and T G Mitchell 2000 Multiple gene genealogies reveal recent dispersion and hybridization in the human pathogenic fungus Cryptococcus neoformans Mol Ecol 9 1471 1481 James T Y J M Moncalvo S Li and R Vilgalys 2001 Polymorphism at the ribosomal DNA spacers and its relation to breeding structure of the widespread mushroom Schizophyllum commune Genetics 157 149 161 James T Y and R Vilgalys 2001 Abundance and diversity of Schizophyllum commune spore clouds in the Caribbean detected by selective sampling Molecular Ecology 10 471 479 Mueller G M Q X Wu Y Q Huang S Y Guo R Aldana Gomez and R Vilgalys 2001 Assessing biogeographic relationships between North American and Chinese macrofungi J Biogeography 28 271 282 Kues U T Y James R Vilgalys and M P Challen 2001 The chromosomal region containing pab 1 mip and the A mating type locus of the secondarily homothallic homobasidiomycete Coprinus bilanatus Current Genetics 39 16 24 Xu J C Onyewu H J Yoell R Y Ali R J Vilgalys and T G Mitchell 2001 Dynamic and heterogeneous mutations to fluconazole resistance in Cryptococcus neoformans Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 45

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  • Duke University Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
    Hopkins she completed her infectious diseases fellowship at Duke University and now continues at Duke as an Associate in the Department of Medicine Dr Zaas has received numerous awards including the Chairman s Award for Excellence at Northwestern University s Feinberg School of Medicine the Daniel J Baker Jr Award at the Johns Hopkins Hospital the Golden Apple Teaching Award at Duke University Medical Center and the George McCracken Award

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/microbial/mycology/zaas/bio.htm (2014-06-13)
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  • Duke University Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
    MYCOLOGY RESEARCH UNIT Faculty and Research Aimee Zaas MD Associate Professor Department of Medicine biography publications website Lab members Marisol Betanquort Quiroz MS MT 681 6276 0557 Blue Zone South

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/microbial/mycology/zaas/lab.htm (2014-06-13)
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  • Duke University Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
    6 195 202 Zaas AK Host genetics affect susceptibility to invasive Aspergillosis Med Mycol 2006 44 Suppl 55 60 Zaas AK Dodds Ashley ES Alexander BD Johnson MD and Perfect JR Caspofungin for invasive Candidiasis at a tertiary care medical center Am J Med 2006 119 11 993 el 6 Dodds Ashley ES Zaas AK Fang AF Damle B and Perfect JR Comparative pharmacokinetics of Voriconazole administered orally as either crushed or whole tablets Antimicrob Agents Chemother 2007 51 3 877 80 Reddy AJ Zaas AK Hanson KE and Palmer SM A single center experience with ganciclovir resistant cytomegalovirus in lung transplant recipients Treatment and outcome J Heart Lung Transplant 2007 26 12 1286 1292 Epub 2007 Nov 19 Giles SS Zaas AK Reidy MF Perfect JR and Wright JR Cryptococcus neoformans is resistant to surfactant protein A mediated host defense mechanisms PLoS ONE 2007 2 12 e1370 Zaas AK Liao G Chien JW Weinberg C Shore D Usuka J Marr KA Giles SS burch LA Perera L Perfect JR Peltz G and Schwartz DA Plasminogen alleles predict susceptibility to invasive aspergillosis PLoS Genetics 2008 4 6 e1000101 Baddley JW Perfect JR Oster RA Larsen RA Pankey GA Henderson H Haas DW Kauffman CA Patel R Zaas AK and Pappas PG Pulmonary cryptococcosis in patients without HIV infection Factors associated with disseminated disease Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis 2008 27 10 937 943 Epub 2008 May 1 Aziz H Zaas AK Ginsburg GS Peripheral blood gene expression profiling for cardiovascular disease assessment Genomic Med 2008 1 3 4 105 112 Epub 2008 Feb 27 Zaas AK Echinocandins A wealth of choice how clinically different are they Curr Opin Infect Dis 2008 21 4 426 432 Cowen LE Singh SD Kohler JR Collins C Zaas AK Schell W Aziz H Mylonakis E Perfect JR Whitesell L Lindquist S Harnessing Hsp90 as a novel therapeutic agent for fungal infectious disease Proc Nat Acad Science 2009 106 8 2818 23 Epub 2009 Feb 5 Shapiro RS Uppalardi P Zaas AK Collins C Senn H Perfect JR Heitman J and Cowen L Hsp 90 orchestrates temperature dependent Candida albicans morphogenesis via Ras 1 PKA signaling Current Biology 2009 19 8 621 629 Singh SD Robbins N Zaas AK Schell WA Perfect JR Cowen LE Hsp90 governs echinocandin resistance in the pathogenic yeast Candida albicans via calcineurin PLoS Pathogens 2009 5 7 e1000532 Epub 2009 Jul 31 Zaas AK Chen M Varkey J Hero AO III Lucas J Huang Y Turner R Gilbert A Lambkin Williams R Oien NC Nicholson B Kingsmore S Carin L Woods CW and Ginsburg G Gene expression signatures diagnose influenza and other symptomatic respiratory viral infections in humans Cell Host Microbe 2009 6 3 207 217 Epub 2009 Aug 6 Review Articles and Chapters Zaas A Sexton D Infections potentially acquired during travel to Central and South America UpToDate 2002 Zaas A Cheng A Bartlett JG Community Acquired Pneumonia In The Osler Medical Handbook Eds Zaas A Cheng A

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  • Duke University Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
    several mini courses and a trainee may take four to all six depending on his or her interests background and preparation Concurrently with coursework the Track IIB trainee will embark on laboratory research After the first year the trainee will follow the plan outlined for Track I trainees However the Track IIB trainee will be permitted to do clinical work one half day per week to maintain proficiency Year 1 Fall Take Responsible Conduct Course 4 days in August Select three or more mini courses CMB 247 Macromolecular Synthesis CMB 258 Structural Biochemistry I BCH 259 Structural Biochemistry II CMB 297 Modern Techniques in Molecular Biology CMB 298 Physical Chemistry for Biologists CMB 203 Introduction to Physiology Select two full semester courses UPG 278 Genetics Solutions to Biological Problems CBI 251 Molecular Cell Biology One or two research laboratory rotations if needed Attend and participate in DUMRU and other seminars Clinical service one half day per week Spring Attend and participate in DUMRU and other seminars Take required courses MGM 282 Microbial Pathogenesis IMM 291 Comprehensive Immunology Select two or more of these or other electives with advice from RAC BIO 220 Mycology GEN 222 Genetic Analysis of Cellular Function GEN 260 Gene Regulatory Mechanisms CBI 417 Cellular Signaling BCH 268 Nucleic Acids BCH 270 Mechanistic Enzymology Apply for Molecular Pathogenic Mycology Course at Woods Hole Clinical service one half day per week Summer Full time research in the mentor s laboratory Attend and participate in DUMRU and other seminars Take the Medical Mycology course at Duke 10 half day sessions Attend Molecular Pathogenic Mycology Course at Woods Hole in August Clinical service one half day per week Year 2 Fall Full time research in the mentor s laboratory Attend and participate in DUMRU and other seminars Clinical service one

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  • Duke University Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
    trainee will be able to initiate and implement academic level translational research or clinical studies in medical mycology To complement the mentored clinical mycology research project at Duke Track IIC trainees have the option of participating in one of several established clinical training programs Master of Public Health MPH Degree at UNC CH The School of Public Health at UNC CH offers a one year MPH degree program with an emphasis on epidemiology and biostatistics A Track IIC trainee could complete this formal program during the first year Since the classes do not require full time effort the trainee would simultaneously pursue clinical or laboratory research at Duke Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Research MHSCR at Duke Administered by the Duke Clinical Research Training Program CRTP this program was created to train clinical fellows for academic careers The CRTP offers formal courses in research design research management and statistical analysis Trainees may choose the degree or non degree option The program is designed for part time study and can be taken while clinical research projects are ongoing Thus a Track IIC trainee could participate in this program while concurrently working on the mentored clinical mycology research project Medical Microbiology MM Training Program at Duke The Clinical Microbiology Laboratory at Duke offers a training program in Medical Microbiology MM that is approved by the American Council on Graduate Medical Education ACGME The program is directed by L Barth Reller MD and Dr Alexander of the MMPTP The MM program will appeal to the trainee with interests in diagnostic microbiology translational research hospital epidemiology clinical pathology tropical medicine and or international health MD trainees are eligible to apply for this two year program which provides fellowship support After completing the MM program the trainee would apply for subspecialty certification in Medical

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  • Duke University Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
    CARL Building Box 3054 DUMC Durham N C 27710 Phone 919 684 1103 Fax TBD Email kirsten bonawitz duke edu I m a rising sophomore from Michigan interested in studying both neuroscience and evolutionary anthropology I enjoy dancing traveling baking

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  • Duke University Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
    Lab Manager 271 CARL Building Box 3054 DUMC Durham N C 27710 Phone 919 684 1103 Fax TBD Email aw51 duke edu Research I am working on routine laboratory duties and molecular biology support lab members research I enjoy playing

    Original URL path: http://mgm.duke.edu/faculty/yan/lab/wan.html (2014-06-13)
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