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“Why Do Some Microbes Colonize Us and Not Others?”
Patrick Bradley, PhD
Monday, April 22, 2019 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Room 107A/B

Patrick Bradley received his PhD from Princeton University in 2012, where his research was focused on understanding how microbes respond to nutrient signals in their environment. Now a bioinformatics fellow in the Pollard laboratory, Patrick is studying the microbiome, specifically investigating why some microbes can thrive in the gut, while others can’t.


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