User:Joel S Griffitts

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== Research Interests ==
== Research Interests ==
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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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I think a lot about microbial interactions with bigger organisms, with a particular interest in the symbiotic infection process between nitrogen-fixing rhizobia and legumes. I love to build streamlined bacterial genetic tools with which to probe this interaction. I am also interested in bringing together tools for E. coli genetics, both for teaching purposes and to dabble with on the side. [[Griffitts|Visit our lab page.]]
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== Education==
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<blockquote>Ph.D., UCSD<br>
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<blockquote>Ph.D., UCSD (2004)<br>
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B.S., Stanford
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B.S., Stanford (1999)
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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, with a particular interest in the symbiotic infection process between nitrogen-fixing rhizobia and legumes. I love to build streamlined bacterial genetic tools with which to probe this interaction. I am also interested in bringing together tools for E. coli genetics, both for teaching purposes and to dabble with on the side. Visit our lab page.

Education

Ph.D., UCSD (2004)
B.S., Stanford (1999)

Publications

  1. Barrows BD, Griffitts JS, and Aroian RV. . pmid:17482642. PubMed HubMed [Barrows1]
  2. Barrows BD, Griffitts JS, and Aroian RV. . pmid:17132513. PubMed HubMed [Barrows2]
  3. Cappello M, Bungiro RD, Harrison LM, Bischof LJ, Griffitts JS, Barrows BD, and Aroian RV. . pmid:17005719. PubMed HubMed [Cappello]
  4. Griffitts JS and Aroian RV. . pmid:15892110. PubMed HubMed [Griffitts1]
  5. Griffitts JS, Haslam SM, Yang T, Garczynski SF, Mulloy B, Morris H, Cremer PS, Dell A, Adang MJ, and Aroian RV. . pmid:15705852. PubMed HubMed [Griffitts2]
  6. Huffman DL, Bischof LJ, Griffitts JS, and Aroian RV. . pmid:15149037. PubMed HubMed [Huffman]
  7. Griffitts JS, Huffman DL, Whitacre JL, Barrows BD, Marroquin LD, Müller R, Brown JR, Hennet T, Esko JD, and Aroian RV. . pmid:12944392. PubMed HubMed [Griffitts3]
  8. Griffitts JS, Whitacre JL, Stevens DE, and Aroian RV. . pmid:11486087. PubMed HubMed [Griffitts4]
  9. Marroquin LD, Elyassnia D, Griffitts JS, Feitelson JS, and Aroian RV. . pmid:10924467. PubMed HubMed [Marroquin]
  10. Cutler SR, Ehrhardt DW, Griffitts JS, and Somerville CR. . pmid:10737809. PubMed HubMed [Cutler]
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