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Dr. Bergman is an assistant?professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Biology. He also serves as a Senior Research Scientist at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. Dr. Bergman's current research areas involve medical microbiology, host-pathogen interactions, anthrax, bacterial gene regulation and genomics.
1. Anthrax from 5000 BC to AD 2010 (Peter C. B. Turnbull and Sean V. Shadomy).
2. Outer Structures of the Bacillus anthracis Spore (Adam Driks and Michael Mallozzi).
3. Anthrax Spore Germination (Nathan Fisher, Katherine A. Carr, Jonathan D. Giebel, and Philip C. Hanna).
4. Genetic Manipulation Methods in Bacillus anthracis (Brian K. Janes and Scott Stibitz).
5. The Bacillus anthracis Genome (Timothy D. Read).
6. Bacillus anthracis Plasmids: Species Definition or Niche Adaptation? (David A. Rasko).
7. Iron Acquisition by Bacillus anthracis (Gleb Pishchany and Eric P. Skaar).
8. Anthrax Toxins (Mahtab Moayeri and Stephen H. Leppla).
9. Bacillus anthracis Virulence Gene Regulation (Jason M. Rall and Theresa M. Koehler).
10. The Interactions between Bacillus anthracis and Macrophages (Susan L. Welkos, Joel A. Bozue, and Christopher K. Cote).
11. Bacillus anthracis and Dendritic Cells: A Complicated Battle (Jean-Nicolas Tournier and Anne Quesnel-Hellmann).
12. Bacillus anthracis Dissemination through Hosts (Ian J. Glomski).
13. Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Anthrax in Humans (Jeannette Guarner and Carlos del Rio).
14. Anthrax Vaccines (Elke Saile and Conrad P. Quinn).
15. Anthrax as a Weapon of War and Terrorism (Leonard A. Cole).
"Microbiologists, pathologists, and other biological researchers provide a reference on the pathogen and its disease that incorporates the new information and understandings provided by such innovations as gene sequencing, improved animal models, and efficient methods for genetic manipulation; all backed by the massive funding and accelerated research associated with The global war on terror after the still-unsolved anthrax attack on opposition politicians in 2001. Their topics include the outer structure of the Bacillus anthracis spore, the genome, iron acquisition by the bacteria, anthrax toxins, interactions with macrophages, dissemination through hosts, vaccines, and anthrax as a weapon of war and terrorism." (Reference and Research Book News, February 2011)