My background in both pathogen genomics and microbial ecology allows for different and unique perspectives on how to address research questions. I have extensive experience in metagenomics and the use of complex phylogenetic models.
My current interest is understanding patterns of diarrheal diesease using high-throughput, high-resolution genomics.
Reshaping the tree of life.
Nature reviews. Microbiology 2017;15;6;322
Following the Footsteps of Chlamydial Gene Regulation.
Molecular biology and evolution 2015;32;12;3035-46
Massive expansion of Ubiquitination-related gene families within the Chlamydiae.
Molecular biology and evolution 2014;31;11;2890-904
Plastid establishment did not require a chlamydial partner.
Nature communications 2015;6;6421
Minimal genetic change in Vibrio cholerae in Mozambique over time: Multilocus variable number tandem repeat analysis and whole genome sequencing.
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 2017;11;6;e0005671