Research Groups at Center for Evolutionary Hologenomics
The research aims to understand the effects of microbial interactions within, and among species, and between microbes and their hosts.
Studying the microbiota-gut-brain axis in wild and model animals. Focusing on how interactions between the animals, the associated microorganisms and the environment shape behaviour.
Studying the molecular interactions between the microbiome domain and the respective host organisms using multi'omic methods.
Developing and applying statistical and computational methods to genomic data to solve challenges in population and medical genetics.