Curriculum VitaeCarole Kuehl
Research Specialist (Microbiology), Harvard Medical School (since 2015)
Postdoc (Microbial Pathogenesis), Yale University (2012-2015)
Ph.D. (Molecular Microbiology and Immunology) Oregon Health & Science University (2011)
BS (Lyman Briggs School-Microbiology) Michigan State University (2004)
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e-mail: CJKUEHL@partners.org ( CJKUEHL null@null partners NULL.org)
Research area:I am interested in identifying host factors important for infection and colonization by gastrointestinal pathogens, and using microscopy as a means to understanding host-pathogen interactions.
Kuehl CJ, Dragoi AM, Talman A, Agaisse H. Bacterial spread from cell to cell: beyond actin-based motility. Trends Microbiol. 2015 Sep;23(9):558-66.
Kuehl CJ, Dragoi AM, Agaisse H. The Shigella flexneri type 3 secretion system is required for tyrosine kinase-dependent protrusion resolution, and vacuole escape during bacterial dissemination. PLoS One. 2014 Nov 18;9(11):e112738
Kustusch RJ,Kuehl CJ, Crosa JH. The ttpC gene is contained in two of three TonB systems in the human pathogen Vibrio vulnificus, but only one is active in iron transport and virulence. J Bacteriol. 2012 Jun;194(12):3250-9
Kuehl CJ, Crosa JH. The TonB energy transduction systems in Vibrio species. Future Microbiol. 2010 Sep;5(9):1403-12
Kuehl CJ, Crosa JH. Molecular and genetic characterization of the TonB2-cluster TtpC protein in pathogenic vibrios. Biometals. 2009 Feb;22(1):109-15
Kuehl CJ, Wood HD, Marsh TL, Schmidt TM, Young VB. Colonization of the cecal mucosa by Helicobacter hepaticus impacts the diversity of the indigenous microbiota. Infect Immun. 2005 Oct;73(10):6952-61