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Colloquium - Francino

Comparative Analysis of Bacterial Communities and Genomes
M. Pilar Francino
DOE Joint Genome Institute
3/19/2008
12:00pm-1:00pm

Dr. Francino develops computational methods for data mining of high-throughput genome sequence datasets in order to understand composition, coding capabilities and population genetics of complex microbial communities, and to address bacterial genome evolution. She is exploring large numbers of bacterial genomes in public databases to investigate molecular evolution themes, such as the impact of mutational biases on genome evolution, evolution of new genes and regulatory regions, and coevolution of different genomic traits.

Sponsored by the Colorado Initiative in Molecular Biotechnology.

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