Dr. Julie Huang completed her Bachelor degree at the California Institute of Technology. Given her scientific merits, she was granted a Fulbright scholarship in 2009 to work at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology in Germany. Afterwards, Huang joined the Microbiology and Immunology Doctoral Program at Stanford University, where she worked with Dr. Manuel Amieva to study how the pathogen H. pylori survives in the stomach. Huang’s interest in outreach led her to become involved in different mentoring initiatives, including co-founding the Stanford First Gen/Low-Income (FLI) Undergraduate Mentoring Program.
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Talks with this Speaker
Julie Huang tells us the story of how the ulcer causing bacteria, H. pylori, thrives by sensing and navigating towards more neutral environments within the stomach. (Talk recorded in May 2016)
- Educators of H. School / Intro Undergrad
- Educators of Adv. Undergrad / Grad