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Prof. Dr. Glenn M. Young

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Name : Mr. Glenn M. Young
Professor and Food Safety Microbiologist
Mr. Glenn M. YoungFaculty of Food Science and Technology, University of California at Davis

Tel. : +662 300 4553 Ext.
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Office : 9th floor , Q. Bld., Ramkamheang 24, Bangkok 10240
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Academic

  • B.Sc. (Microbiology), University of IllinoisU.S.A. 1987
  • Ph. D. (Microbiology), Washington State University, U.S.A.1993

Research

Professor Young's team researches how significant foodborne pathogens cause diseases in humans and how these pathogens survive in the environment. Active projects in the laboratory are focusing on the molecular biology, genetics and physiology of diverse pathogenic bacteria including Escherichia coli, Salmonella species, Yersinia species, Listeria monocytogenes, Bacillus species and others. The laboratory group is very diverse with individuals from Japan, Korea, Thailand and the United States.

Selected Publications

  • Young, B.M. and G.M. Young. 2002. Evidence for targeting of Yop effectors by the chromosomally encoded Ysa type III secretion system of Yersinia enterocolitica. Journal of Bacteriology 184:5563-5571.
  • Venecia, K. and G.M. Young. 2005. Environmental regulation and role in pathogenesis of the Ysa type III secretion system of Yersinia enterocolitica Biovar 1B. Infection and Immunity 73:5961-5977.
  • Warren, S. and G.M. Young. 2005. An amino-terminal secretion signal is required for YplA export by the Ysa, Ysc and flagellar type III secretion systems of Yersinia enterocolitica Biovar 1B. Journal of Bacteriology 187:6075-6083.
  • Matsumoto H. and G.M. Young. 2006. Proteomic and functional analysis of the suite of Ysp proteins exported by the Ysa type III secretion system of Yersinia enterocolitica Biovar 1B. Molecular Microbiology 59:689-706
  • Connelly, M.B., G M. Young and A. Sloma. 2004. Extraproteolytic activity plays a central role in swarming motility in Bacillus subtilis. Journal of Bacteriology 186:4159-4167.

Extension of Knowledge Activities

  • Microbial Physiology at Assumption University, Thailand