I am excited to share a new bioRxiv preprint on detecting and classifying hard and soft sweeps from unphased population genomic data, co-authored with Alexandre Harris and Michael DeGiorgio from Penn […]
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I will be presenting my latest paper on the evolution of bacteria in the gut microbiome at the New York Area Population Genomics Meeting at Cold Spring Harbor. Bacteria in […]
I am honored to receive the Gladstone Institutes Career Advancement Award.
I recently posted a preprint of my work with Benjamin Good, Oskar Hallatschek, and Katherine Pollard on the evolutionary dynamics of bacteria in the gut microbiome within and across hosts […]
I recently gave an outreach talk at the California Academy of Sciences Women in Science Nightlife event on why understanding evolution in the human gut microbiome is important for connecting […]
I will be co-chairing a symposium at the 2017 Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution in Austin TX with my colleague, Sharon Greenblum, on ‘Probing microbiome dynamics.’ We look forward […]
Recently, my colleague asked if adaptive TEs overlap with the top H12 peaks identified in Raleigh or Zambian D. melanogaster data. A paper by Gonzelez et al. 2010 shortlisted 13 […]
Last week I had the opportunity to present at the ‘Promoting Inclusivity in Computing (PINC)‘ program at the San Francisco State University, hosted by Dr. Pleuni Pennings. I spoke about […]
I’m looking forward to attending two meetings this week: Bay Area Population Genetics, hosted by San Francisco State University, and the Lake Arrowhead Microbial Genetics conference hosted by UCLA.
A paper I recently contributed to is now accepted at Genome Research: An integrated metagenomics pipeline for strain profiling reveals novel patterns of bacterial transmission and biogeography Stephen Nayfach, Beltran […]