Professor, School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis

Bart C. Weimer, Ph.D

Bart C. Weimer, Ph.D.

Director, Weimer Micro Lab

Weimer Full current CV

Publications:

3 books; 117 manuscripts; 6 patents

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Education:

  • Post Doctoral Fellow, University of Melbourne, Biochemistry & Genetics, Melbourne, Australia – 1991-1992
  • PhD, Nutrition & Food Sciences – Microbiology, Utah State University, Logan, UT – 1990
  • BS, Microbiology & Immunology (Honors), University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ – 1986

Awards:

  • FDA Food Safety Grand Challenge Finalist (1/5 from over 100 applicants) 2015
  • IBM Shared University Research Award 2015, 2016
  • Agilent Thought Leader (DNA modification, genome restricted mass ID) 2010-2013
  • HHSInnovate – 100K pathogen genome sequencing project 2012
  • Best agronomic paper – Canadian Agronomic Society 2010
  • Researcher of the Year – USU, Dept. of Nutrition & Food Sciences 2008
  • Inducted into Academic Keys Who’s Who in Agriculture Higher Education 2006
  • Inducted into Empire Who’s Who 2003
  • Inducted into International Who’s Who Historical Society 2002
  • Winder Chair in Food Science – USU, Nutrition and Food Sciences 1996, 2001 to 2004
  • Researcher of the Year – USU, College of Family Life 1995, 1999
  • President – Institute for Food Technology, Bonneville Section 1995
  • B.S. – graduated with Honors 1986

Lab Projects:

  • Molecular ecology of Salmonella
  • Molecular diagnostics development using
  • Lipids, artificial cells, and genomics
  • Microbiome in health & disease
  • Epigenomics in bacteria
  • Host/microbe association dynamics
  • Bacterial metabolism in host/microbe association and infection
  • Natural antibacterial compound discovery
  • Regulatory networks for integration of multi-omics data and network modeling
  • 100K pathogen genome project

People in the lab: