Katie McCallum,  —

Katie McCallum is a PhD candidate at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in the Microbiology and Molecular Genetics program. While at the bench, her research is primarily focused on the basic biology governing host-microbial interactions. Katie's research interests extend far beyond the scope of medical microbiology. Her exposure to the enormity of collaborative effort and innovative research that exists in the Texas Medical Center has fostered her interest in science communication and science outreach.

Articles by Katie McCallum

Researchers Say Earlier ALS Diagnosis Shows Promise with Cutting-Edge Imaging, Neurophysiology Techniques

Researchers reviewed both current and emerging technical approaches that show the most promise in the detection of upper motor neuron (UMN) degeneration of ALS patients. By assessing and comparing the utility of cutting-edge imaging and electrophysiological approaches, researchers hope to identify biomarkers for UMN dysfunction that can serve as early diagnostics for…