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March 2020 “A chemical genetics approach for probing bacterial membrane potential modulation” Texas A&M Graduate Student Seminar Series, College Station, TX
February 2020 “Membrane potential modulators as putative antimicrobial targets”
Texas A&M Life Sciences Recruitment Symposium, College Station, TX
February 2020 “A chemical genetics approach for probing bacterial membrane potential modulation”
Hudson MA, Baker D, Meek TD, Sacchettini JC, Lockless SW Texas A&M Life Sciences Recruitment Symposium, College Station, TX
June 2019 “Characterizing the functional role of a prokaryotic K+ channel”
Beagle SD, Hudson MA, Siegele DA, Lockless SW. American Society for Microbiology Microbe Conference, San Francisco, CA
October 2019 “Identification of compounds that alter E. coli membrane potential”
Texas A&M Student and Post-Doc Research Conference, College Station, TX