Same species, different outcomes | Turning the good against the bad
Speaker: Xiaozhou Ye & Or Shalev-Skriptchak (Ratzke Lab)
Title: "Same species, different outcomes: intrinsic multistability in microbial communities" (Ye)
"Turning the good against the bad: Machine learning to maximize disease-suppressing microbial interactions by optimizing nutrient conditions" (Shalev-Skriptchak)
Due to the current Corona-situation, the meetings will be online. The links for the meetings are sent out via the mailing list.
In case of questions please contact Tanja Schön: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the series
The microbiome super group is a biweekly seminar series where groups from the Max-Planck-Institute for Biology and the University of Tübingen get together to discuss host-microbe interactions, microbial ecology, and the computational and statistical methods used in these fields. The seminar aims to strengthen the links between the different groups in Tübingen, to foster collaboration, and to facilitate the exchange of knowledge between researchers. In each session one or two PhD students, postdocs, group leaders or invited speakers present their work in an informal setting.
The schedule for the Microbiome Supergroup Meetings is available here: