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Jon Conley Undergraduate, emeritus
I studied host range restriction in the rhizobium/legume interaction.

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Joshua Bentley Undergraduate, emeritus
I studied host range in the rhizobium/legume interaction.

Tyler Steele

Tyler Steele Undergraduate, emeritus
My research focused on gluconate utilization in S. meliloti, as well as the development of tools for inducible gene expression.

Jacob Erickson

Jacob Erickson Undergraduate, emeritus
I explored the biochemical properties of a bacterial transcription factor required for symbiotic infection.

Chris Fowler

Chris Fowler Undergraduate, emeritus
I worked on gluconate utilization in Sinorhizobium meliloti.

Shawna Rogers

Shawna Rogers Undergraduate, emeritus
I studied host range restriction in the rhizobium–legume interaction.

Jason Moulton

Jason Moulton Undergraduate, emeritus
I worked on osmosensitive signaling through the FeuP/Q two-component system

Dan Standage

Dan Standage Undergraduate, emeritus
I performed bioinformatic analysis of conserved functions in the proteobacteria

Joanna Ryther

Joanna Ryther Undergraduate, emeritus
I worked on finding a constitutively active form of one of the genes required for symbiotic infection

Rebecca Carlyon

Rebecca Carlyon Undergraduate, emeritus
I worked on a gene that is required for symbiotic infection.

Lejdja Beshku

Lejdja Beshku Undergraduate, emeritus
I studied gluconate utilization in S. meliloti.

Divyesh Choudhri

Divyesh Choudhri Undergraduate, emeritus
I tried to identify non-rhizobial endophytes that are symbiotic with members of Tribe Trifoliae.

Daniel Lindsay

Daniel Lindsay Undergraduate
I investigated the interaction between S. meliloti and Medicago species at a microscopic level.

Elise Scoggin

Elise Scoggin Undergraduate
I worked on isolating strains of Sinorhizobium meliloti from Utah soils.

Casey Crum

Casey Crum Undergraduate
I worked on isolating strains of Sinorhizobium meliloti from Utah soils.

Rachel Jolley

Rachel Jolley Undergraduate
I worked on a modified RIVET system for Sinorhizobium meliloti.

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James Palmer Undergraduate
I am working on identifying antibiotic targets using randomized peptide aptamers.

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Alicia Lewis Undergraduate
I am developing a program to help high school science teachers teach their students about the legume–rhizobium symbiosis.

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Matt Biggs Undergraduate
I am working on identifying antibiotic targets using randomized peptide aptamers.

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Brandon Smith Undergraduate
I am investigating the effect that fatty acids have on resistance to Triclosan.

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Rachel Pyper Undergraduate
I worked on creating a minimal Sym plasmid.

Matthew Crook

Matthew Crook Graduate Student
I studied the molecular determinants of host range in the symbiotic relationship between the bacterium Sinorhizobium meliloti and members of the plant genus Medicago.

For current lab members who have moved on, see Current.

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