Fighting For the Advancement of Medicine
Notre Dame Professor Shahriar Mobashery Searches for a Cure That Could Save the Lives of 20,000 People Yearly
MRSA is a nasty bacterial. In the US, on an annual basis, a 100,000 individuals come down with MRSA infections, of which roughly 20,000 individuals die.
Notre Dame Professor Shahriar Mobashery’s work in Chemistry and Biologyprogresses medical science towards an antibiotic that would effectively combat MRSA in all patients. His research advances solutions for the complex infection and far reaching clinical problem that kills 1 in 5 people who contract it around the globe.
He says, “MSRA is especially insidious because of the way it goes from one person to another it can spread very quickly in locker rooms, in prisons, and nurseries and the like.”