Milton received his PhD from South Dakota State University, Brookings. Milton's primary expertise is gnotobiotic animal models. He leads the project on C. difficile pathogenesis using humanized pig model and also the whole genome sequencing for Salmonella tracking.
Sudeep received his DVM from Thribhuvan University, Nepal. Sudeep's focus is on the culturomics based identification of bacteria that suppress growth of C. difficile. Sudeep is also developing methods to culture previously uncultured bacteria from human gut.
Gavin received his undergraduate degree from South Dakota State University, Brookings. Gavin's primary work is on identifying synthetic bacterial mixes isolated from healthy gut that can inhibit outbreak causing Salmonella enterica.
Supapit is a visiting scholar from Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. Supapit is characterizing bacteriophages specific to C. difficile.
Linto received his DVM from the Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, India. Linto is determining how mucosal immunity is modulated following colonization of commensal microbiota and how it can be manipulated to control enteric infections.