Todd Smith at hood
May, 2009
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After studying the regulation of flagellar genes in Helicobacter pylori with Dr. Tim Hoover, Todd was awarded an American Society for Microbiology Post-doctoral Fellowship in Infectious Disease and Public Health Microbiology. This two-year fellowship must be carried out at one of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's national laboratories. Todd chose to work at the CDC in Atlanta with Dr. Charles Rupprecht in the Rabies Program as part of the Division of High Consequence Pathogens and Pathology. Todd's current project focuses on identification and characterization of novel anti-rabies monoclonal antibodies that some day could be included in rabies post-exposure prophylaxis.

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