Muhaimin Bin Hasbullah
Muhaimin joined the Kline lab in 2020 to provide support for rodent infection experiments, including a rat model of endocarditis, and mouse modes of gut infection, wound infection, and UTI. Muhaimin’s previous jobs include working with Aedes Aegypti mosquitos that are injected with Wolbachia, hoping to control the spread of its wildtype, non-Wolbachia-containing counterpart. Muhaimin also worked with rodents before coming to SCELSE. In his free time, Muhaimin spends time in the gym, playing with nephews, socializing with friends, and traveling.