Professor Kim Seed of UC Berkeley will present her work on the evolutionary arms race between bacteria and phages. Dr. Seed with unravel surprising details surrounding how bacterial immunity keeps pace with invading phage and how these molecular match ups play out in the bacterium Vibrio cholerae.
The IGI seminar series features a diverse range of speakers focusing on a variety of topics related to the Institute’s research programs. Following all seminars, attendees are invited to stay for a free lunch and talk with the seminar speaker.
Recurring Conflicts with a Single Predatory Phage
Drive the Evolution of Vibrio Cholerae
Dr. Kim Seed
Assistant Professor, Department of Plant & Microbial Biology
University of California, Berkeley
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