anat
Anat Belasen
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Ph.D. Graduate Student
M.Sc. Natural Resources and Environment: Conservation Ecology, U. Michigan (2013)
B.Sc. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Tulane University (2008)
Conservation ecology and amphibian chytridiomycosis
email: abelasen@umich.edu
link to Anat's CV
Twitter: anatinmyshoe

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buck_cast
Buck Castillo
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Ph.D. Graduate Student
co-advised with Knute Nadelhoffer
B.Sc. Biology, University of Michigan (2012)
Response of fungal root associated communities to accelerated succession
email: buckcast@umich.edu



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Matthew Foltz
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Project Coordinator, The Macrofungi Collection Consortium
M.Sc. Biology, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (2011)
B.Sc. Biology, Oakland University (2008)
Personal webpage: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mfoltz/index.html
Herbarium webpage: http://herbarium.lsa.umich.edu/herb/directory/directory_detail.asp?ID=30

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Timothy Y. James
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Assistant Professor and Assistant Curator of Fungi
Ph.D. Biology, Duke University, Durham, NC USA (2003)
B.S. Botany, University of Georgia, Athens, GA USA (1996)
email: tyjames@umich.edu
full curriculum vitae



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Thomas Jenkinson
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Ph.D. Graduate Student
M.Sc. Biology, San Francisco State (2010)
B.Sc. Biology, Oregon State University (2005)
Population genetics of amphibian chytridiomycosis
email: tsjenkin@umich.edu



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alan_longworth
Alan Longworth
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Undergraduate Researcher
Parasites of Daphnia; Cryptomycota ecology
Co-advised by Meghan Duffy
email: alanlong@umich.edu


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marino
John Marino
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Postdoctoral Fellow
Ph.D. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan (2013)
B.A. Zoology and History, University of Wisconsin (2004)
Ecology of host-parasite interactions in aquatic communities
email: jamarino@umich.edu


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Jillian
Jillian Meyers
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Ph.D. Graduate Student
B.Sc. Biology, James Madison University (2011)
Disease ecology, fungal pathogens, mycoviruses
email: jimeyers@umich.edu

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emmi_mueller
Emmi Mueller
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Research Scholars Program
Undergraduate Researcher
Diversity of mating types in Tetrahymena ciliates
Evolution of mitotic recombination in fungal pathogens
email: eamulle@umich.edu


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colin_oneil
Colin O’Neil
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Undergraduate Researcher
Non-vertebrate hosts of Batrachochytrium
email: cocoon@umich.edu


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Sujal
Sujal Phadke
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Postdoctoral fellow
Ph.D. Biology, University of Houston (2011)
M.Sc. Biodiversity, University of Pune, India (2005)
B.Sc. Microbiology, University of Pune, India (2003)
Evolution of mitotic recombination in eukaryotic pathogens
email: sujalp@umich.edu
link to Sujal's webpage

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rob
Rob Powers
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M.Sc. Graduate Student
B.Sc. Computer Science, Wesleyan University (2001)
Sexual selection in the bipolar Basidiomycete Coprinellus disseminatus
email: robpower@umich.edu
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alishaq
Alisha Quandt
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Postdoctoral fellow
Ph.D. Botany and Plant Pathology, Oregon State University (2014)
B.Sc. Biology, University of South Carolina (2006)
Genomics and ecology of Cryptomycota
email: alishaq@umich.edu
link to Alisha’s webpage

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Joice
Joice Ruggeri Gomes
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Visiting PhD Student
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
M.Sc. Animal Diversity, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brasil (2011)
B.Sc. Biological Sciences, Universidade Santa Úrsula, Brasil (2008)
Amphibian ecology and emerging fungal disease
email: joice.ruggeri@gmail.com
link to Joice’s CV

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yuanying
Yuan-Ying Su
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Visiting Scholar
Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing
Ph.D. Mycology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing (2010)
B.Sc. Biology, Ludong University, Yantai (2004)
Panda gut microbiome, 1000 Fungal Genomes Project
email: suyuanying@yahoo.com
link to Su’s CV
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Prospective students and postdocs:

If you are interested in joining our research group, please contact me o discuss mutual interests and the possible opportunities. Our research broadly covers mycology and fungal evolution, and we strive to have an intellectually strong, diverse research team. Please email with specific details of how your prior experience or future research is a good fit for our group. The EEB department at U. Michigan has a vibrant PhD program and master’s programs. Application deadlines are Dec. 1st. An excellent opportunity for postdoctoral scholars looking to train towards a future academic position (research and teaching experience) is provided by the Michigan Society of Fellows program.