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Gloria  R  Tavera

Entering Class: 2011
PhD Program: Clinical Translational Science
Advisor: Christopher King, MD, PhD & Scott Williams, PhD
Laboratory: BRB: T401

Undergraduate Institution: University of Florida
Hometown: Longwood, FL.

Research Interests: H. pylori, genetic determinants of infectious disease-mediated cancer, parasite/host interactions, infectious disease immunity, genetics of drug resistance

About me: I enjoy being active in Cleveland and the surrounding outdoors. I enjoy running, bicycling and riding vintage motorcycles. I enjoy making vegetarian food and playing the carillon (bells) on the Case campus and spending time with the great community that is Case students and faculty.

Comment about the MSTP program: The MSTP at Case is truly a family and the doors are open here for you to pursue whatever is most interesting to you. Everyone wants you to succeed! We have fun inside and outside of the lab/classroom. My classmates in the program are an important part of my Cleveland family and I look forward to spending the coming years with them.

Featured Publication:

Gadalla NB, Tavera G, Mu J, Kabyemela ER, Fried M, Duffy PE, Sá JM, Wellems TE. Prevalence of Plasmodium falciparum anti-malarial resistance-associated polymorphisms in pfcrt, pfmdr1 and pfnhe1 in Muheza, Tanzania, prior to introduction of artemisinin combination therapy. Malar J. 2015 Mar 25;14:129. doi: 10.1186/s12936-015-0642-2. PubMed PMID: 25890383; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC4392636.

Additional Publications:

Laura W. Musselwhite, Karolina Maciag, Alex Lankowski, Michael Gretes, Thomas E. Wellems, Gloria Tavera, Rebecca E. Goulding, Ethan Guillen, “Report on the 1st Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM) Neglected Diseases & Innovation Symposium, 20, 2010, Washington, DC", The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, December, 2011

Sandeep Kishore, Gloria Tavera, Peter J. Hotez, “The Global Health Crisis and our Nation’s Research Universities”, PLoS Neglected Tropical Disease, February 23, 2010

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