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==Education==
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* In the Spring of 2010 I joined the [http://almlab.mit.edu/ALM/ALM.html Alm lab].
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* In the Spring of 2010 I joined the [http://almlab.mit.edu/ALM/ALM.html Alm lab] and lived happily ever after.
* In the Fall of 2009 I entered the Microbiology PhD program at MIT.
* In the Fall of 2009 I entered the Microbiology PhD program at MIT.
* 2009, Princeton University, Summa Cum Laude in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology with certificates in Environmental Studies and Engineering Biology.
* 2009, Princeton University, Summa Cum Laude in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology with certificates in Environmental Studies and Engineering Biology.
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==Research interests==
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# Distant-Recent Horizontal Gene Transfer (drHGT)
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# Exploring Distant-Recent Horizontal Gene Transfer (drHGT) in the human microbiome.
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# Information content comparisons between metagenomic versus marker gene (16s rRNA) sequencing
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# Comparisons of information content between metagenomic versus marker gene (16s rRNA) sequencing.
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# Human microbiome project
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# Evolution and transfer of antibiotic resistance mechanisms.
==Publications==
==Publications==

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Mark B. Smith
Mark B. Smith
  • My office is in building 48 (Parsons) in the maze of cubicles on the first floor

Education

  • In the Spring of 2010 I joined the Alm lab and lived happily ever after.
  • In the Fall of 2009 I entered the Microbiology PhD program at MIT.
  • 2009, Princeton University, Summa Cum Laude in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology with certificates in Environmental Studies and Engineering Biology.

Research interests

  1. Exploring Distant-Recent Horizontal Gene Transfer (drHGT) in the human microbiome.
  2. Comparisons of information content between metagenomic versus marker gene (16s rRNA) sequencing.
  3. Evolution and transfer of antibiotic resistance mechanisms.

Publications

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