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Lecture by Dr. Scott Minnich

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The bacterial flagellum is a complex macromolecular machine. Are the forces of mutation and natural selection sufficient to build these structures? Do type III secretory organelles truly reflect intermediate structures? A review of our current understanding of these systems is presented by Dr. Minnich.

Scott Minnich holds a Ph.D. from Iowa State University. He is currently Associate Professor of Microbiology at the University of Idaho and is a fellow of the International Society for Complexity, Information and Design. Previously, Dr. Minnich was an assistant professor at Tulane University. In addition, he did postdoctoral research with Austin Newton at Princeton University and with Arthur Aronson at Purdue University. Dr. Minnich's research interests are temperature regulation of Y. enterocolitca gene expression and coordinate reciprocal expression of flagellar and virulence genes.

Scott Minnich is widely published in technical journals, including Journal of Bacteriology, Molecular Microbiology, Journal of Molecular Biology, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Journal of Microbiological Method, Food Technology, and the Journal of Food Protection.

Program recording date & length: 10-25-03 ~ 1 Hour 23 Minutes

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