Wright Lab

Illuminating the inner-workings of bacterial and viral pathogens by cryo-electron microscopy

Dr. Jae Yang loading Cryo-samples into the Aquilos cryo-FIB-SEM.

Cryo-CLEM workflow for studies of mitochondria in virus-infected cells.

CbK bacteriophage that infects Caulobacter crescentus.

The Wright lab is in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin – Madison and is affiliated with the Morgridge Institute for Research. We develop and use correlative and cryo-electron microscopy technologies to explore the nano-scale architecture of bacteria, viruses, and human cells. Our goal is to use this information to aid in the development of novel antimicrobials, therapeutics, and vaccines.

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