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Metagenomics for the masses | David Roos, PhD & Daniel Beiting, PhD, Univ. of Pennsylvania

Drs. David Roos and Daniel Beiting talk about the development of an open-access data-mining platform for interrogating microbiome experiments. Learn more here: https://veupathdb.org/veupathdb/app …

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Metaproteomic profiling of microbial communities in mushroom cultivation | Eion Connor, PhD, Penn State

Dr. Eion Connor talk about his work focused on metaproteomic profiling of passaged microbial communities in Agaricus bisporus cultivation. Penn State’s Microbiome Center optimizes,…

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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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Do Anthropogenic Impacts on the Gut Metagenome Underlie the Risk of Chronic Disease? | Thomas Sharpton, Ph.D.

Dr. Thomas Sharpton joins us from Oregon State University and discusses his research on environmental exposures and their impact on the gut metagenome. 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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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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Interactions of Fusarium xyrophilum with other microorganisms and insects in a putative floral mimicry system | Terry Torres Cruz

Terry Torres Cruz, a dual-title PhD candidate in Plant Pathology and Biogeochemistry, shares some of her dissertation research on Fusarium xyrophium and its interactions with insects and other…

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2021 SEPT 24 Understanding plant microbiomes for planetary health

Gabriele Berg, Graz University of Technology

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2019 DEC 13 From Neanderthals to artic ice: what ancient microbial communities can tell us

Laura Weyrich, 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 MARCH 27 Keeping and changing the gut microbiome over our life-time: a study in children born preterm, artists, and adolescents

Justin O'Sullivan, University of Auckland

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2020 APRIL 04 Fungal Dynamics, Diversity, and Function to Improve Plant Health

Sharifa Crandall Assistant Professor Penn State

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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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2020 Introduction to the Penn State Microbiome Center

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