Dr. Pruden's research seeks to advance water engineering and agricultural practices through deeper understanding of the microbial communities inhabiting these systems. Her team applies a combination of next-generation DNA sequencing and bioinformatic tools to track targets of interest, including opportunistic pathogens, antibiotic resistance genes, and various functional groups of bacteria.

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11/13/18 Dr. Pruden Presenting at Xenowac 2018

Dr. Pruden spoke at Xenowac 2018 “Challenges and Solutions related to Xenobiotics and Antimicrobial Resistance in the Framework of Urban Wastewater Reuse: Towards a Blue Circle Society” in Cyprus in October!


Dr. Pruden has been asked to be a speaker at the New York Academy of Sciences event focused on Minimizing the Risk of Antimicrobial Resistance from Food Animal Production!

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Dr. Pruden attended and spoke at the Environmental Sciences: Water Gordon Research Conference in Holderness June 24-29, 2018.

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