The Dishaw Lab at the University of South Florida is interested in how exogenous factors and secreted immune effectors shape the ecology of gut microbiomes. Our research includes understanding the developmental ontogeny of human microbiomes and investigating gut host-microbe interactions with the 'simple' chordate model system, Ciona robusta.
New Preprints! (Both under review)
Prophages regulate Shewanella fidelis 3313 motility and biofilm formation: implications for gut colonization dynamics in Ciona robusta. Ojas Natarajan, Susanne L Gibboney, Morgan N Young, Shen Jean Lim, Natalia Pluta, Celine G.F. Atkinson, Brittany A Leigh, Assunta Liberti, Eric D Kees, Mya Breitbart, Jeffrey A Gralnick and Larry J Dishaw. bioRxiv 2022.11.23.517592; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.11.23.517592
Associations of microbial diversity with age and other clinical variables among pediatric chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) patients. Shen Jean Lim, Warit Jithpratuck, Kathleen Wasylik, Panida Sriaroon, Larry J. Dishaw
bioRxiv 2022.10.19.512947; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.10.19.512947
Our lab, Fall 2020-Spring 2021. From Left to Right to Row: Larry Dishaw, April Ellis, Natalia Pluta, and Adam Cruz. Botton Row from Left to Right: Ojas Natarajan, Celine Atkinson, and Morgan Young.
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