Graham Wallace

Coers – Lab Members

Research Technician
230 Jones Building
Box 3580
Durham, N.C. 27710
Phone: 919-684-7108
graham.wallace@duke.edu

 

Research Interest:
Host-pathogen interactions
I’m originally from Casper, Wyoming, and I did my undergraduate studies at the University of Wyoming. I studied chemical engineering at UW, with an emphasis in biological engineering. After graduating, I came to Duke University to pursue a master’s degree in biomedical engineering. During my time at Duke, I got a chance to work on several interesting projects pertaining to synthetic biology, including a project investigating a novel approach to the treatment of hepatic encephalopathy utilizing urea cycle enzymes, for which I completed my master’s project. I then joined the Coers Lab as a research technician, where we are studying interferon-regulated GTPases and their role in cell-autonomous immunity.

Personal Interests:
In my free time, I enjoy traveling, hiking, reading, sports, and playing boardgames