• St. Louis University (2015)

  • Computational and Systems Biology

  • Megan T. Baldridge, M.D., Ph.D.

  • Applying single-cell genomics to define microbial populations in the human gut

  • dylan.lawrence@wustl.edu

Graduate Publications:

Platt DJ, Lawrence D, Rodgers R, Schriefer L, Qian W, Miner CA, Menos AM, Kennedy EA, Peterson ST, Stinson WA, Baldridge MT, Miner JJ. 2021 Transferrable protection by gut microbes against STING-associated lung disease. Cell Rep, 35(6):109113.

Lee S, Kalugotla G, Ingle H, Rodgers R, Wu C, Wang Y, Li Y, Yang X, Zhang J, Borella NR, Deng H, Droit L, Hill R, Peterson ST, Desai C, Lawrence D, Lu Q, Baldridge MT. 2021 Intestinal antiviral signaling is controlled by autophagy gene Epg5 independent of the microbiota. Autophagy, (Sep 14):1-16.

Lawrence D, Baldridge MT, Handley SA. 2019 Phages and Human Health: More Than Idle Hitchhikers. Viruses, 11(7):pii: E587.

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