" Paula Welander is a microbiologist who received her undergraduate degree from Occidental College in Los Angeles.
"Tim Van Opijnen received his Masters in evolutionary genetics from the University of Amsterdam, and as a graduate student he worked on the evolution of HIV at the Medical School of the University of Amsterdam.
"Dr. Jesse Bloom studies evolution using viruses and viral proteins as models.
David Tobin is an Associate Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology at Duke University. His lab research focuses on understanding genetic susceptibility to tuberculosis and the host immune response to mycobacterial infection.
Houra Merrikh is an Iranian-American microbiologist.She is a professor at Vanderbilt University in the Department of Biochemistry. Her field of work is antibiotic resistance and bacterial evolvability.
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"Ellen Yeh is an Associate Professor of Biochemistry, of Pathology, and of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford University.
Brian Staskawicz (UC Berkeley) and Pam Ronald (UC Davis) discuss the latest advances in using genome editing and other genetic technologies to promote sustainable agriculture at scale, both promises and potential pitfalls, and how we move from lab to field safely and equitably.
Patrick John Keeling is a biologist and professor in the Department of Botany at the University of British Columbia.
We would like to welcome Assistant Professor N. Cecilia Martinez-Gomez to the Plant and Microbial Biology Department at UC Berkeley.
In the article, graduate student Basem Al-Shayeb comments on the discovery of the new proteins.
Join professor Britt Glaunsinger and postdoc Cara Brook in a Berkeley Conversation webinar on lethal viruses, pathogen transfers to humans, and more.
Professor Britt Glaunsinger discusses the genetics, evolution, and virulence of coronaviruses.
A new study from assistant professor Benjamin Blackman uncovers the genetic makeup of the monkeyflower, a key species for pollinators.
PMB professor Benjamin Blackman researches sunflower history in collaboration with Michigan State.
Gordon Pherribo and Santiago J. Molina speak about bridging sociological and scientific research in ethical decisions
Matthew Fisher is a Professor of Fungal Disease Epidemiology and Faculty of Medicine at the School of Public Health, at Imperial College London.
The fall issue of Breakthroughs magazine features Arash Komeili, whose research examines magnetotactic bacteria.
UC Berkeley research has shown that each of the two strains of the fungus Neurospora crassa, which in this video are the green-stained strain and the red-stained strain, only fuse with their own kind.
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"Architecture of Microevolutionary Change in Fungal Populations"