CF Research Development Program
Seattle Children’s Research Institute
University of Washington
2001 8th Ave
Seattle, WA 98121

Past Fellows

Maria Nelson, PhDLucas Hoffman2019 - 2021The CF sputum metagenomic response to inhaled tobramycinGraduate Student, Microbiology, UW
Samantha DurfeyPradeep Singh2019 - 2020Understanding why chronic CF infections persist after highly effective CFTR modulatorsGraduate Student, Microbiology, UW
Qing Tang, PhDJoshua Woodward, PhD2018 - 2020Small molecule interactions between Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa in cystic fibrosis lungsSenior Fellow, Microbiology, UW
Kyle L. Asfahl, Ph.DAjai Dandekar2017 - 2019Las-independent RhlR quorum sensing in cystic fibrosis Pseudomonas aeruginosa infectionsSenior Fellow, Pulmonary, UW
Marcos de Moraes, PhDJoseph Mougous2017 - 2018Interbacterial antagonism generates genetic diversity for selection in opportunistic bacteria during chronic infections associated with cystic fibrosisSenior Fellow, Microbiology, UW
Maxim Kostylev, PhDPeter Greenberg2016 – 2017Quorum sensing and sociality of P. aeruginosa isolates from CF patientsSenior Fellow,
Microbiology, UW
Courtney Reichhardt, PhDMatthew Parsek2016 – 2017Regulation of P. aeruginosa biofilm integrity by the matrix protein CdrASenior Fellow,
Microbiology, UW
Cara Forsberg, PhDColin Manoil2015 – 2016What traits distinguish Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains that successfully colonize cystic fibrosis airways?Scientist II, Adaptive Biotechologies
Seattle, WA
Matthew Long, PhDAnne Manicone2015 - 2018CFTR Regulation of Macrophage Signaling Pathways and Innate Immune FunctionAssistant Professor, Pulmonary and Microbial Infection and Immunity, Ohio State University
Patrick Secor, PhDPradeep Singh
William Parks
2013 – 2016Liquid crystal Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilmsAssistant Professor,
Biological Sciences
University of Montana
Maureen Thomason, PhDPeter Greenberg2013 – 2016Characterization of quorum sensing regulated small RNAs in Pseudomonas aeruginosaResearch Scientist,
Microbiology – Reniere/Woodward Lab, UW
Sandy Thao, PhDCaroline Harwood2013 – 2016Molecular basis for slow growth of PseudomonasSenior Scientist, Alderon
Madison, WI