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keywords Neonatal E. coli sepsis
research overview Dr. Chavez-Bueno’s current research work focuses on the pathogenesis of E. coli sepsis in newborns. Her overall research goal is to identify novel virulence factors relevant to the pathogen’s ability to traverse the gut and invade the bloodstream causing neonatal sepsis. Her studies utilize in vitro and animal models designed to characterize the bacterial components that determine invasion and trafficking across intestinal epithelium and interact with gut specific immune regulators as potential therapeutic targets to decrease life-threatening neonatal E. coli disease. Dr. Chavez-Bueno is an elected member of the Society for Pediatric Research and member of the Infectious Diseases Society of America.

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Concept Intensive Care Units, Neonatal
Academic Article 'Haptoglobin concentrations in preterm and term newborns'.
Academic Article Genotypic and phenotypic characterization of invasive neonatal Escherichia coli clinical isolates.
Academic Article Genome Sequence of SCB34, a Sequence Type 131 Multidrug-Resistant Escherichia coli Isolate Causing Neonatal Early-Onset Sepsis.
Academic Article Whole-Genome Sequences of the Archetypal K1 Escherichia coli Neonatal Isolate RS218 and Contemporary Neonatal Bacteremia Clinical Isolates SCB11, SCB12, and SCB15.
Academic Article Route of infection alters virulence of neonatal septicemia Escherichia coli clinical isolates.
Award or Honor Receipt Research Mentor Award
Grant Escherichia coli K1 Invasive Infections in Neonates
Grant Project title: Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Quantification by Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction and Markers of Disease Severity in Children
Grant Escherichia coli K1 Invasive Infections in Neonates
Grant Role of Bacterial Virulence Factors in the Pathogenesis and Host Response to Neonatal Invasive E. coli Infections
Grant Exposure to low pH Reveals Virulence Factors in Neonatal Escherichia coli Bacteremia after Oral Inoculation
Grant Bacterial Genes Relevant to Gut Translocation and Virulence in Neonatal Escherichia coli Strains
Grant Single Immunoglobulin Interleukin-l Related Receptor (SIGIRR) and Escherichia coli Interactions in the Neonatal Gut
Grant Identification of Virulence Factors in E. coli Strains Causing Neonatal Sepsis
Academic Article NEC-like intestinal injury is ameliorated by Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG in parallel with SIGIRR and A20 induction in neonatal mice.
Grant Role of rfaZ in Pathogenesis of Escherichia coli Neonatal Sepsis
Grant Escherichia coli Siderophore Receptor IutA as a Virulence Factor in Neonatal Sepsis
Grant Genetic Susceptibility to Neonatal Diseases Repository
Grant “Lactoferrin in Pregnancy for Newborn Health”
Academic Article Whole-genome sequencing-based phylogeny, antibiotic resistance, and invasive phenotype of Escherichia coli strains colonizing the cervix of women in preterm labor.
Academic Article Assessment of Intestinal Transcytosis of Neonatal Escherichia coli Bacteremia Isolates.
Academic Article The Detrimental Effects of Peripartum Antibiotics on Gut Proliferation and Formula Feeding Injury in Neonatal Mice Are Alleviated with Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG.
Grant Prenatal Lactoferrin to Mitigate Escherichia coli-induced Preterm Delivery and Neonatal Sepsis

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