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Population Dynamics of Phage and Bacteria: A New Mathematical Model | Joan Roughgarden, PhD, Stanford Univ. & Univ. of Hawaii

Dr. Joan Roughgarden talks about a new mathematical model developed to understand phage-bacteria dynamics. The follow-up Q&A is included in this video. Penn State’s Microbiome Center…

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The influence of Pseudomonas on the Agaricus bisporus fruiting body microbiome and the initiation of bacterial blotch disease

Max Aleman, a PhD candidate in Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology, shares a current research project on the metagenome in mushroom blotch disease. Penn State’s Microbiome Center…

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The Therapeutic Potential of Tumor-Targeting Bacteria | David Bermudes, Ph.D.

Dr. David Bermudes joins the Microbiome Center Seminar Series from California State University Northridge, to discuss the history and future of tumor targeting bacteria. Penn State’s…

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2022 APR 08 Electron transport in methanogens

Divya Prakash, Penn State

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2021 SEPT 24 Understanding plant microbiomes for planetary health

Gabriele Berg, Graz University of Technology

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2019 SEPT 20 Know your enemy before you go to war: a story of bacterial blotch of mushroom

Samuel Martins, Penn State

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2020 AUG 08 Beyond the zooxanthellae, exploring the diversity of coral associated microeukaryotes

Javier del Campo, University of Miami

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2020 FEB 28 Gut microbiome in relation to autoimmunity and Type 1 Diabetes

Tommi Vatanen, University of Auckland

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2020 FEB 21 Seeing the forest for the trees: random forests and predicting fracking

Kimberly Roth, Juniata College

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2020 MARCH 20 Pouchitis: A Human Model for Gut Inflammation?

Walter Kolton Penn State

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2020 APRIL 17 Resistant starch and the gut microbiome: the path from fiber to butyrate

Darrell Cockburn Assistant Professor Penn State

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Lunch and Learn: Super Foods

Join Kristine Clark, '92 Ph.D. NUTR, nutrition consultant and former director of nutrition for intercollegiate athletics, as she shares expert advice on the top five superfoods we should be…

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Lunch & Learn with Penny Kris-Etherton

Spices have been used for centuries and evidence is just now emerging of their many health benefits. Penny Kris-Etherton, Evan Pugh University Professor of Nutritional Sciences and Distinguished…

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2020 SUBMISSION Manipulating the Gut Microbiome

Victoria Silvis, Graduate Student, Penn State

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2020 SECOND PLACE Open Wide: Oral Microbiome

Sterling Wright, Graduate Student, Penn State

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2020 FIRST PLACE The Sweet and Sour Life of Bacteriocins

Hanareia Ehau-Taumaunu, Graduate Student, Penn State

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