Les Baillie

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Les Baillie

Location: United Kingdom
Industry: Higher Education
Current: professor at Cardiff University

Les Baillie

Location: United Kingdom
Industry: Higher Education
Current: Professor of Microbiology at Cardiff University

Les Baillie

Location: Leicester, United Kingdom
Industry: Program Development

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Prof. Les Baillie

Peer reviewed articles. Rebecca J. Ingram, Gökhan Metan, Bernard Maillere, Mehmet Doganay, Yusuf Ozkul, Louise U. Kim, Les Baillie, Hugh Dyson, E. Diane Williamson, Karen K. Chu ...

Dr. Les Baillie

Positions: Scientist, Naval Medical Research Center, Adjunct Associate Professor, Head, Biodefense Initiative. Email: baillie@umbi.umd.edu. Voice: (410) 706-4565

News Wales > Health > Cup of tea could cure anthrax

According to the team of scientists led by Professor Les Baillie from the Welsh School of Pharmacy at Cardiff University and Doctor Theresa Gallagher, Biodefense ...

Prof. Les Baillie

My working hypothesis is that B. anthracis evolved from a strain of B.cereus through the horizontal acquisition of virulence factors from other bacilli.

Dr. Les Baillie Representative Publications

Baillie, Les (2001) The development of new vaccines against Bacillus anthracis. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 91; 609-613. Thwaite,J.E., Baillie, L.W.J., Carter,N.M., Stephenson ...

Prof. Les Baillie

Career Profile Current. Professor of Microbiology, Welsh School of Pharmacy since 2007-12-06. Honorary Professor Heriot Watt University since 2006

Dr. Les Baillie Research Description

Research Description The focus of my research over the last 13 years has been to understand the biology of Bacillus anthracis, the causative agent of anthrax.

Oxoid Publications

Bioterrorism and detection methodologies for anthrax by Les Baillie The discovery and emergence of novel human pathogens by Mark Woolhouse Developments in food microbiology ...

Prof. Les Baillie

Qualifications. Professor Baillie graduated Bachelor of Sciences from Plymouth University in 1982. he obtained an MPhil (part time) from the University of the West of England ...

Prof. Les Baillie

My working hypothesis is that B. anthracis evolved from a strain of B.cereus through the horizontal acquisition of virulence factors from other bacilli.

Success at the 9th Pan Celtic microbiology meeting

Any questions relating to this work should be addressed to Prof Les Baillie (bailliel@cardiff.ac.uk).

Donation by Safaricom Foundation

Mr. Les Baillie, Chairman Safaricom Foundation The Managing Director of Rocky Driving School Fellow Directors of Kenyan Paraplegic Organization