Dr Jenna Gallie
Dr Jenna Gallie
Research Group Leader
Phone:+ 49 4522 763-234

Office 110, Lab 055


October 2017: Welcome to our new postdoc, Gökçe Ayan!

September 2017: The group is attending the 16th International Conference on Pseudomonas (Liverpool, UK).

March 2017: Technician Gunda Dechow-Seligmann formally begins working for the group. Welcome Gunda!

January 2017: Welcome to our two new PhD students, Anuradha Mukherjee and Zahra Khomarbaghi.

November 2016: Osama Abdulrazak starts an internship to learn some genetic technqiues from the group.

September 2016: Welcome to Anuradha Mukherjee, our new IMPRS2016 rotation student.

February 2016: Heike Gruber starts a short Postdoc in the group.

November 2015: The official start of our research group.

Research Group Microbial Evolutionary Dynamics (Gallie)

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The Microbial Evolutionary Dynamics Research Group

In the Microbial Evolutionary Dynamics group, we use bacterial and phage populations to empirically investigate fundamental evolutionary processes. Our over-arching theme is the evolution and maintenance of genetic structure – how and why particular genetic entities come to exist. More specifically, we are interested in the evolution of genome composition and the development of population genetic structure.





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