- B.S., University of Washington
- Ph.D., University of Virginia
Research and Teaching Interests
The Dahl lab is interested in examining the ability of bacteria to survive stressful conditions.
Mycobacteria comprise a number of major pathogenic species that survive for long durations within human hosts; Dr. Dahl explores the stringent response, a mechanism mycobacteria use to survive inside the host. He will also explore the unique structures and proteins of stress-resistant myxobacteria spore; myxobacteria are non-pathogenic, soil-dwelling microbes.
BIOL 4501 Microbiology
BIOL 4511 Medical Microbiology
BIOL 5232 Molecular Biology Laboratory
Previous Graduate Student Project
Minh Phuong Tran (M.S., Integrated Biosciences).