B.S. in Physics and Math, Vanderbilt University, 1997
Ph.D. in Physics, Harvard University, 2003
I've been part of the faculty in the Physics Department at the University of Texas at Austin since 2010. I enjoy thinking about how the structure and mechanics of multicellular bacterial systems impinge on their biology, and how this perspective could lead to new approaches to treating disease.
I’m an early career microbiologist from Adelaide in Australia. In my role at CSIRO I use molecular biology and bioinformatics to study gut microbiomes in humans and livestock. I'm also a passionate advocate for developing a positive and inclusive network of EMCRs in Australia, working together towards a brighter future for our scientific community.
I am a PhD student at the Computational Bioscience Research Centre (CBRC) at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia. I am interested in using open source data to understand human infectious diseases. My research interests is mainly in systems biology of infectious agents and how they interact with the infected hosts.
I'm a microbiologist working at the Institute of Environmental Medicine, Stockholm. My research interest lies in the link between the human microbiome and health. My current research focuses on the interaction between the skin and gut microbial communities, environmental biodiversity and allergy. Twitter: @NooraOttman
I am specialized in the field of metagenomics and environmental microbiology and ecology. I started my research career as a molecular and cell biologist, but then got fascinated by the “invisible” but highly predominant microbial worlds that prevail on every surface and environment of our planet and the possibility of accessing them with unprecedented detail using high-throughput sequencing and bioinformatics. Since then, I have explored a wide diversity of microbial communities and environments such as stromatolites and microbial mats from highly extreme environments, soil and crop-associated microbiomes from agricultural fields, human associated uncultured-viruses, ancient human microbiomes and even microbiomes from extinct species. I am always looking for new microbial worlds to discover and explore.
I am a microbiologist by training, but I manage a portfolio of varied journals. The ones most relevant to this Community are npj Biofilms and Microbiomes, npj Clean Water, npj Science of Food, npj Systems Biology and Applications and npj Vaccines. Full list of my journals in my LinkedIn profile.
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