University of Chicago Feb 6
Howard UniversityFeb 10
UCSan Diego Feb 17
*if you're interested in attending a talk, e-mail me and I will let you know if its open to the public
The first research from the lab was published in Science
and receive some press. here's an article that describes the role the late Richard Harrison played.
Congratulations Alita on a beautiful paper on coevolutionary fitness landscapes
Biophysical mechanisms that maintain biodiversity through trade-offs, Nature Communications
Phage-bacteria interaction networks, Trends in Microbiology
About the Lab
We study the experimental evolution of viruses.
Our leading system is Bacteriophage λ, which infects Escherichia coli, however we also study other microbial species. The two-part question that drives the majority of our research is: What mutations cause viruses to gain new functions, such as infecting novel host species. And, what ecological and epidemiological processes promote their evolution.