Modulating bacterial physiology

Our goal is to predictably engineer the microbiota to treat intestinal diseases using a pipeline based on next-generation sequencing of patient-derived samples coupled with bacterial genetics

Principal Investigator

Josephine Ni

Josephine Ni, M.D.

Assistant Professor
Department of Internal Medicine
Department of Microbiology

Dr. Ni graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and earned her medical degree at Northwestern University. She completed a residency in internal medicine at New York University, where she served as a chief resident. She received advanced training in gastroenterology through a T-32 funded fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania.

She then completed a fellowship in gastroenterology at the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied the role of urease in Crohn’s disease-related dysbiosis in the lab of Dr. Gary Wu.

 

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