From seeking solutions for antibiotic resistance to helping pregnant women fight malaria, our researchers are furthering advances in the field of infectious diseases. Take a look at how our groundbreaking discoveries are making a positive difference for health care in Canada and around the world.
Research out of Lori Burrows' lab has identified a new approach that uses the nature of bacterial nutrient transporters to help antibiotics more effectively reach their targets.
The pathogen, known as Lodderomyces elongisporus, typically infects immunocompromised adult patients or intravenous drug users, but has now begun to strike premature infants.
McMaster University’s pandemic innovation hub is now the Global Nexus School for Pandemic Prevention & Response.