| The Center for Research in Anti-Infectives and Biotechnology
is an association of researchers within the Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Creighton
University School of Medicine. The research focus of the Center is on many aspects of antimicrobial chemotherapy
ranging from drug discovery to studying the molecular mechanisms of antibacterial resistance among bacteria,
solving problems of detecting antibacterial resistance in the clinical laboratory, and evaluating new
drugs and novel drug combinations to effectively treat resistant bacteria.
The members of Center include specialists in clinical microbiology, infectious diseases, molecular biology,
and pharmacodynamcs. In addition to research endeavors, members of CRAB are active in the teaching of
many courses within the schools of medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy/allied health. Courses taught include
medical microbiology and immunology, antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, clinical aspects of molecular
biology. The Center associates also teach a summer minicourse in antimicrobial agents and
chemotherapy to pharmaceutical and industry professionals.
For more information about CRAB and our activities, please follow the links below
Links to information about:
- Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy Minicourse