Britt Koskella

Integrative Biology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Disease Ecology and Evolution, Bacteria-phage interactions, Coevolution between hosts and pathogens
"Britt Koskella"


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Janis Antonovics research assistant
Curt M. Lively grad student
Michael Lynch grad student
Angus Buckling post-doc University of Exeter
John N. Thompson post-doc


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Rajnish Khanna collaborator 2018- UC Berkeley (Plant Biology Tree)
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Hernandez CA, Salazar AJ, Koskella B. (2020) Bacteriophage-Mediated Reduction of Bacterial Speck on Tomato Seedlings. Phage (New Rochelle, N.Y.). 1: 205-212
McDonald JE, Marchesi JR, Koskella B. (2020) Application of ecological and evolutionary theory to microbiome community dynamics across systems. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20202886
Mutalik VK, Adler BA, Rishi HS, et al. (2020) High-throughput mapping of the phage resistance landscape in E. coli. Plos Biology. 18: e3000877
Koskella B. (2020) The phyllosphere. Current Biology : Cb. 30: R1143-R1146
Koskella B, Bergelson J. (2020) The study of host-microbiome (co)evolution across levels of selection. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 375: 20190604
Simmons EL, Bond MC, Koskella B, et al. (2020) Biofilm Structure Promotes Coexistence of Phage-Resistant and Phage-Susceptible Bacteria. Msystems. 5
Smets W, Koskella B. (2020) Microbiome: Insect Herbivory Drives Plant Phyllosphere Dysbiosis. Current Biology : Cb. 30: R412-R414
Morella NM, Weng FC, Joubert PM, et al. (2019) Successive passaging of a plant-associated microbiome reveals robust habitat and host genotype-dependent selection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Lin DM, Koskella B, Ritz NL, et al. (2019) Transplanting Fecal Virus-Like Particles Reduces High-Fat Diet-Induced Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth in Mice. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology. 9: 348
Metcalf CJE, Koskella B. (2019) Protective microbiomes can limit the evolution of host pathogen defense. Evolution Letters. 3: 534-543
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