Fusobacterium have been implicated in numerous human pathologies, including Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, preterm birth, and even colorectal cancer. In our research, we examine whole-genome sequence data from a diverse set of Fusobacterium species to identify genetic determinants of pathogenicity, including active invasion and Fusobacterium's role in cancer.
|University of Guelph, Canada||Emma Allen-Vercoe|
|Lehigh University, PA||Bryan Berger|
|Harvard T. F. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA||Wendy Garrett|
|Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel||Gilad Bachrach|