The National Public Health Laboratory, Israel
Title: A New Paradigm for Genus Mycobacterium Population Structure
Paul Jeffrey Freidlin completed his B.Sc. with honors from University of Maryland, and Ph.D. Department of Microbiology and Public Health, Michigan State University in 1979, East Lansing. Postdoctoral: Tel-Aviv University. Research and advanced studies in molecular and population genetics, DNA markers: 1998 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Faculty of Agriculture, Rehovot, rank of lecturer. Bioinformatics and Net Programming: Weizmann Institute of Science. 2001 Israel National Mycobacterium Reference Laboratory, Tel Aviv: currently coordinator for molecular biology. Area specialization: molecular epidemiology of tuberculosis. General research interest: understanding biodiversity at the molecular level.