User:Joel S Griffitts

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<font size="2">Department of Micro/Molecular Biology<br>
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Brigham Young University<br>
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780 WIDB<br>
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Provo, UT 84602<br>
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I think a lot about microbial interactions with bigger organisms. Shown here are nitrogen-fixing symbionts (rhizobia, stained blue) invading an alfalfa root. I love to build streamlined bacterial genetic tools with which to probe this symbiotic interaction. I am also interested in bringing together tools for E. coli genetics, both for teaching purposes and to dabble with on the side.
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<blockquote>Ph.D., UCSD<br>
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B.S., Stanford
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#somebook John Smith. ''The art of saying nothing''. Verbose Editions 1999.
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Griffitts JS
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Joel Griffitts

Department of Micro/Molecular Biology
Brigham Young University
780 WIDB
Provo, UT 84602

joelg@byu.edu

Research Interests

I think a lot about microbial interactions with bigger organisms. Shown here are nitrogen-fixing symbionts (rhizobia, stained blue) invading an alfalfa root. I love to build streamlined bacterial genetic tools with which to probe this symbiotic interaction. I am also interested in bringing together tools for E. coli genetics, both for teaching purposes and to dabble with on the side.

Education

Ph.D., UCSD
B.S., Stanford

Publications

  1. JS [Griffitts]
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