David A. Relman

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Microbiology Biology, Molecular Biology, Immunology
"David Relman"


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Stanley Falkow post-doc (ID Tree)


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Mary M. Brinig grad student 2006 Stanford
Daniel Sprockett grad student 2019 Stanford
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Chan CC, Harley ITW, Pfluger PT, et al. (2021) A BAFF/APRIL axis regulates obesogenic diet-driven weight gain. Nature Communications. 12: 2911
Bloom JD, Chan YA, Baric RS, et al. (2021) Investigate the origins of COVID-19. Science (New York, N.Y.). 372: 694
Stevenson DK, Aghaeepour N, Maric I, et al. (2021) Understanding how biologic and social determinants affect disparities in preterm birth and outcomes of preterm infants in the NICU. Seminars in Perinatology. 151408
Blaser MJ, Devkota S, McCoy KD, et al. (2021) Lessons learned from the prenatal microbiome controversy. Microbiome. 9: 8
Lewis G, Jordan JL, Relman DA, et al. (2020) The biosecurity benefits of genetic engineering attribution. Nature Communications. 11: 6294
Relman DA. (2020) Opinion: To stop the next pandemic, we need to unravel the origins of COVID-19. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Sprockett DD, Martin M, Costello EK, et al. (2020) Microbiota assembly, structure, and dynamics among Tsimane horticulturalists of the Bolivian Amazon. Nature Communications. 11: 3772
Stevenson DK, Wong RJ, Aghaeepour N, et al. (2020) Towards personalized medicine in maternal and child health: integrating biologic and social determinants. Pediatric Research
Celis AI, Relman DA. (2020) Competitors versus Collaborators: Micronutrient Processing by Pathogenic and Commensal Human-Associated Gut Bacteria. Molecular Cell. 78: 570-576
Relman DA. (2020) Thinking about the microbiome as a causal factor in human health and disease: philosophical and experimental considerations. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 54: 119-126
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