Northwestern University

Mar
28
Tue 12:00 PM

Using Synthetic Communities to Identify Mechanisms of Microbiome Assembly: Benjamin Wolfe, PhD

When: Tuesday, March 28, 2017
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM  

Where: Robert H Lurie Medical Research Center, Baldwin Auditorium, 303 E. Superior, Chicago, IL 60611 map it

Audience: Faculty/Staff - Student - Post Docs/Docs - Graduate Students

Contact: Hannah Gavin   (312) 503-1503

Group: Microbiology-Immunology Seminars

Category: Lectures & Meetings

Description:

Microbiology-Immunology Seminar Series

Advances in DNA sequencing technologies have allowed us to rapidly discover patterns of microbiome diversity. But the mechanisms that determine how microbiomes assemble are largely unknown. The Wolfe lab uses synthetic microbial communities to determine the mechanisms that control the ecology and evolution of microbiomes.

Benjamin Wolfe, PhD

Tufts University

Host: Bacteriology Graduate Students / Coordinator: Hannah Gavin, Graduate Student

 

 

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