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Professor Greg Cook

MSc(Hons), DPhil, FRSNZ greg.cook@otago.ac.nz

Professor Greg Cook from the University of Otago is focused on developing bacterial metabolism and energetics as a new target space for drug development to combat bacterial pathogens. He currently works on the mode of action of several preclinical tuberculosis drugs and defining the role(s) of energetic targets in drug resistance. Professor Cook’s projects utilise a full range of modern techniques, including bacteriology, biochemistry, molecular biology, structural biology, transcriptomics, analytical chemistry, and PC3 laboratory experiments. 


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