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Living organisms that are invisible to the naked eye – bacteria, archaea, fungi and viruses –reside in and around us at all times, some of which benefit our health, and some cause disease. Microbiology research areas include infectious diseases, immunology, microbial ecology, microbiomes, environmental microbiology, antibiotic resistance, biofilms, bioinformatics and applied genomics. Students in this program gain access to facilities such as the Clemson Light Imaging Facility, Palmetto High Performance Computing Cluster, Clemson University Genomics and Bioinformatics Facility, and the Eukaryotic Pathogen Innovation Center. Faculty in Environmental Engineering and Chemical Engineering also train students in microbiology.

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