Dr. Strynadka received her B.Sc (Hons. Biochemistry) and PhD (Biochemistry) degrees at the University of Alberta. She is now Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of British Columbia where her group uses multi-disciplinary structural biology tools to study membrane protein assemblies involved in bacterial viability and pathogenicity, including those involved in glycosyltransfer and transport. The goal of her research is to use this atomic information to guide design of novel antibiotics and vaccines to treat bacterial infections. Dr. Strynadka’s research program has been well recognized internationally and she currently holds several awards including HHMI Senior International Scholar, Canada Research Chair Tier 1 in Antibiotic Discovery and Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
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