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Sujata Balasubramanian has gathered a bevy of lab bench skills and a BS, MS and PhD. on her way to working at Global Health and Infectious Diseases. Having worked with Azotobacter spp., Planococcus lilacinus, Lacaria bicolor, Coccidioides immitis and the interferon induced large GTPase Murine Guanylate Binding Protein-2, she now works with P. vivax and P. falciparum transmitted to mosquitoes, drug resistance markers and with microsatellite markers in P. vivax. Sujata is also pursuing two novel projects – diversity of Trypanosoma cruzi, the protozoan causing Chagas disease, in clinical samples and hopes to work with clinical Toxoplasma diversity using a genomics approach.

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    919-843-4384 (Office Phone)

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    130 Mason Farm Rd

    Chapel Hill, NC 27599