Personnel Profile

Richard C. Laughlin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Richard C. Laughlin, Ph.D.

Teaching Specialties: 


Research Interests:

            Microbial pathogens, especially those of the gastrointestinal system
            Role of outer membrane vesicles in Salmonella infection and host response
            Host-pathogen interactions
            Bioinformatic analysis and predictive biology
            Host response to vaccination and infection

Professional Links

            NCBI PubMed

Professional Associations

            American Society for Microbiology
            American Society for the Advancement of Science

Microbiology Links

            American Society for Microbiology
            Microbe World
            Microbe-related Podcasts

Recommended Podcasts

            This Week in Virology
            This Week in Microbiology
            This Week in Parasitism

Microbe and Science related blogs

            Small Things Considered
            The Turbid Plaque
            CDC Director’s Blog
            Not Exactly Rocket Science

Contact Information

Dept. of Biological and Health Sciences
Biology Bldg Rm 105
MSC 158 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
voice: 361-593-3504
fax: 361-593-3800
Personal Website:

This page was last updated on: February 6, 2018