The Hill Lab
Our group is interested in microbial ecology and in diagnostic methods for detecting specific organisms in complex backgrounds. We work with equal enthusiasm on developing molecular diagnostic methods for application in the clinical microbiology laboratory and in studying the structure and function of complex microbial communities, particularly those associated with humans and other animals. At the core of our work is the cpnDB project.
Featured Publication: Dos Santos, S.J., Pakzad, Z., Albert, A.Y.K., Elwood, C.N., Grabowska, K., Links, M.G., Hutcheon, J.A., Maan, E., Manges, A.R., Dumonceaux, T.J., Hodgson, Z.G., Lyons, J., Mitchell-Foster, S.M., Gantt, S., Joseph, K.S., Van Schalkwyk, J.E., Hill, J.E.* and Money, D.M.* 2023. Maternal vaginal microbiome composition does not affect development of the infant gut microbiome in early life. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, 13:1144254. doi:10.3389/fcimb.2023.1144254