With over 15 years of laboratory bench work there are few problems that the founder of MMGC can't solve. The main subject of her research was, and still is, Campylobacter jejuni, a human pathogen causing diarrhea. But she has also worked, and/or is still working on E. coli, several genera of probiotic bacteria, Vibrio cholerae, Staphylococcus aureus, Mycobacterium, Burkholderia, and other species. A few projects dealt with virology and even computer viruses were once an interesting subject to do research on. Her List of Publications speaks for itself.