Chris Cornelison

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Georgia State University

I am an applied microbiologist focused on developing novel methods of microbial control. For the past several years I have been working on the development of tools for the management of fungal disease in wildlife and agriculture. My primary focus has been developing biologically based control options for white-nose syndrome in bats, but I also work on snake fungal disease, colony collapse disorder in honeybees and post-harvest disease of produce. In addition to my research I also teach undergraduate and graduate courses in microbiology at Georgia State University.

Experience

  • –present
    Postdoctoral Research Associate, Georgia State University