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Leslie G Dietz
Leslie is a Research Assistant and Laboratory Manager for Biology in the Built Environment (BioBE) Center located at the University of Oregon. She has a total of ten years’ experience in the lab, with expertise in RNA, DNA and protein extractions, aerobic and anaerobic bacterial culturing, fungal culturing, molecular cloning, DNA analysis, western blots, PCR, rtPCR, qPCR, qRT-PCR, column fractionation, cell culturing, working with animal models, grant writing and project management. As Lab Manager, Leslie oversees all daily operations in the lab, mentors students, contributes to writing grants and papers, collaborates with other research leaders, and carries out research for BioBE. Additionally, she is responsible for lab compliance and safety as well as purchasing for all projects and basic lab needs. Leslie supports BioBE’s long-term goal of informing the development of evidence-based interventions in facility design and operations to mitigate hospital-associated infections by combining microbiology, architecture, physics, and computational science. Leslie Dietz obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Houston—Downtown in 2006 and a Master of Science in Biology from Texas State University in 2015.
Biomaterials Biophysics Biotechnology Computational Biology Epidemiology Evidence Based Medicine Food Science & Technology Genetics Genomics Global Health Infectious Diseases Microbiology Molecular Biology Organic Compounds Public Health Sample Handling Statistics Virology