Student Research Symposium, SRS 2017

Dinsdale Lab members presented their research at the Student Research Symposium, SRS 2017 on campus.

CONGRATS to Megan Morris who won the Presidents Award.

Megan Morris, PhD student presenting her research in the role of microbes in pollination of flowers

 

 

Matthew Haggerty, PhD student presenting his research on California kelp forests through shotgun metagenomics

 

 

 

 

Dnyanada Pande, Masters student presenting her research on finding motifs to identify viruses from meta-viromes sequenced in lab

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Doane, PhD student presents his research on shark microbiome

 

 

 

Rebecca De Wardt, graduate student presenting her research on Intersection of Genotype to Phenotype

 

Natalie Frixione, Undergraduate student in lab presenting her research on applying metagenomics to study pollination in plants.
Tucker Lopez, graduate student presenting his research on phenotypic analysis Vibrio sps isolated from kelp forests.

 

Author: Bhavya Nalagampalli Papudeshi

My research includes optimization of metagenome assembly and binning tools to isolate population genomes.

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