This October, Nandita spoke at the ISB virtual microbiome symposium featuring talks from the field on evolution in commensal gut bacteria on short and long time scales. A link to […]
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We are very excited to share our latest manuscript entitled Ecological stability emerges at the level of strains in the human gut microbiome. To date, there has been an intensive […]
We are pleased to share our latest manuscript on Rapid evolution and strain turnover in the infant gut microbiome. In this paper, we quantify differences in the tempo and mode […]
We are thrilled to welcome Alex Flynn-Carroll and Aina Martinez Zurita to the lab this quarter. They are rotation students in Bioinformatics and Human Genetics, respectively and are working on […]
We are very sad to bid Daisy Chen farewell, but excited for her next steps as a PhD student at UCSD. Daisy has been with the lab since its inception […]
We are happy to share that our collaboration on Longitudinal linked-read sequencing reveals ecological and evolutionary responses of a human gut microbiome during antibiotic treatment is now out in Genome […]
Nandita was recently named a Hellman Fellow at UCLA! This grant will fund work in the lab on Uncovering the Landscape of Mutations in the Human Gut Microbiome.
We are excited to welcome Sarah Bald and Anna McDonald to our lab this summer for the Bruins in Genomics program!
We sincerely thank the Research Corporation for Science Advancement, The Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group, and the Frederick Gardner Cottrell Foundation for funding our research group to collaborate with Dr. […]
Nandita recently gave a seminar at Berkeley and her colleague, Alison Feder, drew a graphical abstract of the talk!