People

Associate Professor, Immunobiology

Michael D. L. Johnson received his bachelors from Duke University. He obtained a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Biophysics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he studied the effects of calcium on bacterial motility and attachment under the mentorship of Matthew Redinbo. For his postdoctoral training, Michael Johnson went to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in order to work with Jason Rosch on metal homeostasis of Streptococcus pneumoniae and subsequently with Douglas Green on the mechanisms of LC3-associated phagocytosis. Michael Johnson joined the faculty of the University of Arizona in 2016.


Student Worker

Graduate Assistant, Research

Graduate Student/ Volunteer

Research Technician

Research Technician

Research Professional

Miranda Neubert received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Boston University. After working in Neuroscience at OHSU and the Portland VA Medical Center for over 10 years, Miranda enthusiastically joined the Johnson Lab in July 2016. In her spare time, Miranda enjoys organizing large art projects, gardening, cooking and hiking.


Student Worker

Student Worker

UROC MHD Summer Program Student

Student Worker

Student Worker

Graduate Student, Johnson Lab, Immunobiology Track

Henrik received his BS in Biology from the University of Utah in 2016. He joined Dr. Johnson's lab in March of 2018 and is pursuing a PhD in Molecular Medicine – Immunobiology. He is interested in identifying and understanding bacterial pathways utilized in overcoming copper stress. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, playing board games, and solving puzzles.


Graduate Student, Johnson Lab, Immunobiology Track

Alumni

Preetham Hosur

Professional Science Masters (PSM), Applied Bioscience Program 2018

Itzel Rosa Gutierrez

Professional Science Masters (PSM), Applied Bioscience Program 2018

Michael Trial

BS, Biochemistry 2018

Savannah Weaver

Professional Science Masters (PSM), Applied Bioscience Program 2019

Angela Rivera

BS, Biochemistry 2019

Basmah Abdallah Maiga

Volunteer

Joseph W Alvin, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Associate I
Will Brooks
Volunteer
Meredythe Durckel
Research Professional
Nadia Olivia Hackett
Research Technician

Nadia received her bachelor's degree in Public Health Science from the University of Maryland, College Park. At Maryland, she was a part of the Women's Track and Field team and other student organizations. She is planning to attend medical school. When she is not in the lab, you will find her running, cooking, hiking, or vlogging.