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Characterizing bacterial genes with large-scale genetics | Adam Deutschbauer, PhD, LBNL

Dr. Deutschbauer talks about the he approaches and tools he uses for microbial functional genomics, including Barseq, with a focus on RB-TnSeq and over-expression experiments. The One Health…

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Biofilm Signaling and Microbiome-Host Specificity in Vibrio fischeri | Mark Mandel, PhD, (UW)

Dr. Mark Mandel is an Associate Professor of Medical Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Dr. Mandel talks about the molecular mechanisms controlling Vibrio fischeri,…

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Getting to the Root of Host-Microbiome Interactions | Cara Haney, PhD, University of Pittsburg

Dr. Cara Haney presents her cutting-edge research focused on understanding how host plants determine which bacteria are friends and which are foes using a model plant system and diverse strains of…

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Competition and Virulence in Pseudomonas syringae | Chad Fautt, PhD, Penn State

Dr Fautt presents his work in silico work including building an online platform for phylogenetic placement and virulence gene prediction, tailocin genes evolution and insight from protein folding,…

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Microbiomes in Wastewater Treatment| El Sayeed + Microbiome & Colonic Cells Co-culture| Nichols

Two talks (full titles and details) 0:00 - 27:24 - Waleed El Sayeed, PhD, Penn State Succession of Microbial Communities and Resistors in an Algal-Bacterial Wastewater Treatment System 27:29 -…

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The ocean as a treasure trove for novel taxa, enzymes and bioactive compounds | Shinichi Sunagawa, PhD ETH Zürich

Full title: The ocean as a treasure trove for novel taxa, enzymes and bioactive compounds. Dr. Shinichi Sunagawa, a professor at ETH Zürich presents his groundbreaking associated with the…

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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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Metatranscriptomics; Ready for Prime Time? | Greg Gloor, Ph.D., University of Western Ontario

Metatranscriptomics presents a wickedly hard problem when analyzed by high throughput sequencing because of the many moving parts: the abundance and occurrence of different species can vary along…

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Coral symbionts as models for the impact of symbiosis on genome evolution of intracellular eukaryotes | Raul Gonzalez-Pech, Ph.D.

Join us as Raul Gonzalez-Pech, an Eberly Postdoctoral Fellow, shares his past, current, and future research on the complicated genomic structures of microeukaryotes in coral reefs. Penn…

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2022 APR 15 Adaptation of beneficial bacteria to field soil environments

Laura Kaminsky, Penn State

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