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.
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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!
Nandita is a Microbiome, Neurobiology and Disease Scialog Fellow and recently participated in the annual Scialog conference to innovate and pitch new ideas about the connection between the gut and the brian.
This quarter, Prof. Nandita and TA Ricky are teaching a new R-based course on Evolutionary Genomics for undergraduates. Our goals for the class are to teach students how to make […]
We are very proud of Mariana Harris for receiving the UCLA GATP fellowship and Ricky Wolff for receiving honorable mention in the NSF GRFP competition!! Congrats!
We are very proud to share our recent preprint: Correcting for background noise improves phenotype prediction from human gut microbiome Leah Briscoe, Bruna Balliu, Sriram Sankararaman, Eran Halperin and Nandita […]
Nandita has been named an Allen Distinguished Investigator! The Garud lab is excited to be collaborating with Drs. Carolina Tropini, Aida Habtezion, and Siddharth Sinha on the following grant: Distinct […]
We are delighted to share our latest preprint on: Comparative Population Genetics in the Human Gut Microbiome William Shoemaker, Daisy Chen, and Nandita Garud The genetic variation in the human […]