Tami is teaching a new course this Spring, “1.S993 : Genomics and Evolution of Infectious Diseases”. It is designed for upper level MIT undergraduates. Graduate students are welcome to enroll. More information here.
Uncovering the rules of microbial colonization within the microbiome
Using high-throughput culturing, computation, and experiments-- and the lens of evolution
There is an enormous potential for bacterial evolution within your body
The bacteria that colonize humans during health change within us, driven by adaptive evolution. The Lieberman Lab seeks to leverage this evolution to better understand species and strains within the microbiome, to understand the impact of within-person evolution on community structure and host health, and to use this knowledge to improve the development of microbiome-based therapies. Click here for more details.
Tami has been named a recipient of the Smith Family Awards Program for Excellence in Biomedical Research! We are grateful to the Smith Family Foundation for their support!