Professor Joe Pogliano 
University of California, USA  

Joe Pogliano is a Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of California San Diego and cofounder of Linnaeus Bioscience Inc.  He received two B.S. degrees (in Biochemistry and Honors Biology) from the University of Illinois, Champaign. He obtained a Ph.D. from Harvard Medical School and joined the University of California, San Diego faculty in 2003. His lab discovered the phage nucleus and spindle and many new families of actins and tubulins that make up the bacterial cytoskeleton. He and Kit Pogliano developed Bacterial Cytological Profiling (BCP) technology, a technique that provides a rapid method for screening for antibiotics and understanding their mechanisms of action and co-founded Linnaeus Bioscience Inc. to commercialize BCP technology.  

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