Clement K. M. Tsui   Assistant Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

 Clement Tsui's research focuses in understanding the ecological factors and evolutionary mechanisms that determine the genetic variability and transmission pattern of infectious diseases. He studies the evolution, population genetics and genomics of microbial pathogens, such as fungi and bacteria to humans, animals and plants. Also he utilizes genomic resources in the molecular diagnosis of diseases. Now he is using bioinformatic and molecular genetics approach to understand the evolution and virulence mechanisms of pathogens during human infections, and how we can exploit these mechanisms in the development of anti-microbial therapies.

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research overview

  • https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=G6D-FGoAAAAJ&hl=en

    https://projects.croucher.org.hk/news/clement-tsui-searching-for-new-approaches-to-treat-tuberculosis

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  • Mycology, Phylogeny, Population Genetics, Genomics, Pathogens

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  • kmt4001@qatar-med.cornell.edu

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