The Pittsburgh Bacteriophage Institute promotes and coordinates research on bacteriophages. Founded in 1993, the Institute grew out of the strengths in bacteriophage research in the Department of Biological Sciences and members are currently found in universities at numerous sites in North America, Europe, and Asia. In Pittsburgh, the Institute operates the NIH-funded Pittsburgh Bacteriophage Genome Center.

Founding Members (and Co-Directors) of the PBI:

Dr.Roger Hendrix

Dr. Graham Hatfull

Pittsburgh Bacteriophage Institute T-shirts or cofffe mugs may be available (inquire). Additional information can be obtained from Dr. Hendrix or Dr. Hatfull through the usual methods.

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