Integrative Bioinformatics


In the Integrative Bioinformatics group we aim at developing and applying computational tools to understand the evolutionary and ecological principles that govern the structure and dynamics of complex microbial communities, in particular those associated with photosynthetic organisms, such as land plants and terrestrial microalgae. In this context, we focus on two main research questions: i) what are the principles that govern microbiota establishment, stability and dynamics and, ii) how adaptation occurs in a community context, where multipartite microbe-microbe as well as host-microbe interactions exert selective pressure in all interacting partners.


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