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Coevolution at the Interface of Species Interactions
Life on earth requires interacting with other species
Essentially all organisms interact with other species. These relationships are a major driver of adaptation and the evolution of biodiversity. I study host-microbe and predator-prey interactions to understand the causes and consequences of coevolution between species. My research drills down to the cellular-molecular interface of species interactions to understand broader patterns of coevolution and ecological diversity.
Hosts & Microbes
Predators & Prey
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