The Antimicrobial Discovery Center (ADC) is a molecular microbiology group at Northeastern University studying bacterial persister cells, drug discovery, unculturable microorganisms, and Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
- National Geographic online (Nov 13, 2013) “Killing Sleeper Cells and Superbugs with Assassin Janitors” by Ed Yong.
- Science Daily, (Nov 13, 2013) “New treatment discovered to cure MRSA infection.”
- Boston Magazine online, (Nov 13, 2013) “Northeastern University Researchers Cured A Mouse With the ‘Superbug’” by Melissa Malamut
- The Independent, (Nov 13, 2013) “A valuable weapon in war against drug-resistant superbugs: Antibiotic offers hope” by Steve Connor
- Northeastern News, (Nov 13, 2013) “Researchers discover new treatment to cure the MRSA ‘superbug’” by Angela Herring
- redOrbit.com, (Nov 15, 2013) New Treatment May End Dangerous MRSA Superbug Infections by Rebekah Eliason
- The Naked Scientists, (Nov 14, 2013) New antibiotic blitzes chronic infection by Chris Smith
- Scicasts, (Nov 13, 2013) New Treatment to Cure MRSA infection Discovered
- Sci-News.com, (Nov 15, 2013) Study: Unique Combination of Antibiotics Kills Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
- Top News, (14 Nov, 2013) New ground-breaking study promises MRSA infection cure by Mohit Joshi
- Director Kim Lewis and the Antimicrobial Discovery Center published a comment on the lost art of drug discovery in Nature
- A recent study of uncultured bacteria by Professor Kim Lewis and members of the ADC was featured on the Discover Magazine website, and is one of the top Hidden Jewels on Faculty of 1000