Promoting Innovation Through Collaboration
Research and training focused on diagnosis, treatment, prevention and clinical management of infectious disease, cancer, and metabolic and genetic disorders.
The Drexel University College of Medicine Institute for Molecular Medicine and Infectious Disease is a collaborative inter-campus enterprise focused on research, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and clinical management of infectious disease, cancer, and metabolic and genetic disorders.
The institute guides the development of collaborative research programs that will be competitive for extramural research and training support. The institute also provides an organized framework to guide the development of inter-campus, inter-college and inter-unit research initiatives across the College.
Upcoming and Recent Events
Save the Date: 5th International Symposium on Molecular Medicine & Infectious Disease
Fall 2017 Research Seminar Schedule Now Available
News and Announcements
Dr. Ehrlich Honored at Graduate School Awards
Each year, faculty members of the Graduate School for Biomedical Science and Professional Studies are recognized for their outstanding research accomplishments and contributions to graduate education. Garth Ehrlich, PhD, received the Established Investigator Award during this year’s ceremony, held on May 11 at The Logan.
Recipients of the 2017 Graduate School Faculty Awards, including Garth Ehrlich, PhD (second from right)
JUNE 1, 2017
CD4 HunterTM, the first educational mobile game app developed by the Institute for Molecular Medicine and Infectious Disease is available. FREE download at Apple and Google Play App Stores. Watch the CD4 Hunter trailer.
CD4 HunterTM combines fast-paced game play with science learning to showcase the first step of the complex and dynamic replication cycle of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1): binding and attachment. The app will be available for free download on Apple and Google Play app stores on June 1 and will be presented at Microbe 2017, the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) held in New Orleans, June 1-5, 2017. CD4 Hunter was developed “in house” by the Center for Business and Program Development of the Institute for Molecular Medicine and Infectious Disease (IMMID), at Drexel University College of Medicine. Learn more.
Dr. Krol at Zoonoses Conference
Dr. Jaroslaw Krol (center, facing camera), CAMP laboratory manager, tours Camp Funston, a U.S. Army training camp located on Fort Riley, southwest of Manhattan, Kansas. The tour was one of several social activities at the 8th International Conference on Emerging Zoonoses, where Dr. Krol presented a poster entitled “ RELA Inhibitors for Treatment of Chronic Bacterial Infections.”
Dr. Ehrlich Gives Keynote Address
Garth Ehrlich, PhD, professor of microbiology and immunology, presented the keynote lecture at the 8th International Conference on Emerging Zoonoses, Manhattan, Kansas, on May 8, 2017. His talk was titled "Toward Re-Potentiating Antibiotics Against Bacterial Biofilms and Persisters Through an Understanding of Bacterial Physiology."
Dr. Ehrlich presenting his keynote lecture.
"Natural Products From Uncultured Bacteria"
Sean F. Bradley, PhD, presents his research.
On Wednesday, March 29, Joris Beld, PhD, hosted Sean F. Bradley, PhD, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Tri-Institutional Associate Professor, Head of the Laboratory of Genetically Encoded Small Molecules, The Rockefeller University. Dr. Brady’s research interests center on both the discovery and the functional characterization of new small molecules from previously inaccessible genetic sources. His presentation at the IMMID research seminar was called "Natural products from uncultured bacteria." Learn more about Dr. Brady and his lab.
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