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Interactions in the microbiome

Research group
Active research
Project period
2019 - ongoing
Project owner
Institute of Biomedicine

Short description

The research in Johan Bengtsson-Palme's group concerns microbial communities, their interactions and how stable they are to perturbations such as exposure to antibiotics. The lab integrates large-scale molecular methods with ecological theory and bioinformatics to understand the development and spread of antibiotic resistance, how competition between species can result in more aggressive bacteria and how microbial communities respond to disturbances. Our goal is that an increased understanding of interactions in microbial communities will lead to better treatment of diseases associated with the human microbiome and enable monitoring of future threats to human healths.

Further information about the research project is available at the project's external homepage.

Also see Johan Bengtsson-Palme's research portrait for more information.

Group members

Anna Abramova

Emil Burman

Mirjam Dannborg

Marcus Wenne

Sebastian Wettersten