Finding New Therapies in Unexpected Places: Wine and Flowers

While exploring an unrelated science question, members of the Dudley Lab noticed an interesting response of the pathogenic yeast, Candida albicans. A naturally occurring chemical found in wine and flowers made the cells – which had become resistant to a commonly prescribed antifungal drug – sensitive to it again

Meet PNRI Scientist: Amy Sirr

Amy Sirr is passionate about yeast’s role in genetic research – and there is an actual scientific term to go with it: “The Awesome Power of Yeast Genetics.”

PNRI is supported by

The SwedishSeattle MetSheratonTryskUSIK L GatesKinzer Partners

Support our innovative genetic research. Become a donor today.