Our research is mostly focused on the development of new antimicrobial approaches to address the issue of bacterial infections in agriculture, as well as problem of multi-drug resistance in human and veterinary medicine. Currently we concentrate on the three major research areas:
1. Nanomaterials for treatment and prevention of infectious diseases.
2. Bioactive compound from plant origin.
3. Phage therapy for the control of agriculturally-relevant bacterial pathogens.
- plant in vitro cultures
- plant transformation
- molecular biology
- secondary metabolites extraction
- phytochemical analyses (HPLC)
- antimicrobial susceptibility testing
- bacterial biofilms
- nanoparticle synthesis and characterization
- C. elegans model in toxicity testing