Interested in large-scale mutagenesis and interdisciplinary research? We are too! Looking for graduate students for September 2019 Positions are fully funded by NSERC, Research Manitoba, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Cystic Fibrosis Canada Contact Dr. Cardona with CV and transcripts
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation has awarded a Pilot and Feasibility Grant to the University of Manitoba Interdisciplinary team formed by Silvia Cardona, Rebecca Davis, and Pingzhao Hu. Together, the group will combine their expertise in chemogenomics, cheminfomatics and artificial intelligence Read more
Andrew Hogan from @cardona_lab gets a studentship from Cystic Fibrosis Canada for investigating the mechanism of action of a new antibacterial molecule against B. cepacia infections. Congratulations Andrew!
The Cardona lab, the Kumar lab and the Hausner lab have been awarded a Catalist grant from the Manitoba Chemosensory Group (MCSB) to explore CRISPR-based techniques for next-generation antimicrobials. Thank you MCSB and University of Manitoba!
The Cardona lab has been awarded a Mid Career Operating Grant from Research Manitoba to advance research on a new antibiotic molecule.
Our lab was awarded a University Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research Program Grant “Prediction of novelty and mode of action of natural antibacterial compounds by machine learning. The collaborative team is integrated by Dr. Rebecca Davis (Chemistry, Faculty of Science) and Computer Read more