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keywords Human Microbiome
keywords Cancer Microbiome
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research overview Dr. Robeson currently focuses on the human microbiome and its relationship to nutrition and cancer therapeutics, while also contributing to the development of bioinformatics tools to aid in these studies. Dr. Robeson’s research interests center on the human cancer microbiome, which is an important and booming area of research and is in line with the current UAMS plan for NCI designation, as it has become increasingly clear that the efficacy of anticancer treatments is not only affected by host genetic and immunological factors but are also substantially mediated by the host microbiome. Microbial community dynamics, disease resistance, human health, and agricultural productivity are all highly affected, or dependent upon, microbes. Dr. Robeson’s research integrates bioinformatics, microbial ecology, and integrative multi-omics technologies, to study host-microbe interactions. Particularly those that affect human health and agricultural productivity.

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Concept Metagenome
Academic Article PanFP: pangenome-based functional profiles for microbial communities.
Academic Article Seasonal Shifts in Diet and Gut Microbiota of the American Bison (Bison bison).
Academic Article Temporal dynamics of gut microbiota in triclocarban-exposed weaned rats.
Academic Article Temporal Development of Gut Microbiota in Triclocarban Exposed Pregnant and Neonatal Rats.
Academic Article Plant host and soil origin influence fungal and bacterial assemblages in the roots of woody plants.
Academic Article Functional shifts in unvegetated, perhumid, recently-deglaciated soils do not correlate with shifts in soil bacterial community composition.
Academic Article Reproducible, interactive, scalable and extensible microbiome data science using QIIME 2.
Academic Article Author Correction: Reproducible, interactive, scalable and extensible microbiome data science using QIIME 2.
Academic Article Gastrointestinal Tract Dysbiosis Enhances Distal Tumor Progression through Suppression of Leukocyte Trafficking.
Academic Article Cervical Microbiome and Response to a Human Papillomavirus Therapeutic Vaccine for Treating High-Grade Cervical Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion.
Academic Article A phylogenetic model for the recruitment of species into microbial communities and application to studies of the human microbiome.
Academic Article Characterization of the bacterial microbiomes of social amoebae and exploration of the roles of host and environment on microbiome composition.
Academic Article Measuring the microbiome: Best practices for developing and benchmarking microbiomics methods.
Academic Article Cultivating the Bacterial Microbiota of Populus Roots.
Academic Article Experiences and lessons learned from two virtual, hands-on microbiome bioinformatics workshops.
Academic Article Evaluation of DNA extraction protocols from liquid-based cytology specimens for studying cervical microbiota.
Grant Improvement of cellular immunotherapy during dysbiosis- Resubmission
Academic Article RESCRIPt: Reproducible sequence taxonomy reference database management.
Academic Article Progression of diabetes is associated with changes in the ileal transcriptome and ileal-colon morphology in the UC Davis Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus rat.
Academic Article Iron deficient diets modify the gut microbiome and reduce the severity of enteric infection in a mouse model of S. Typhimurium-induced enterocolitis.
Academic Article Complexities of Inferring Symbiont Function: Paraburkholderia Symbiont Dynamics in Social Amoeba Populations and Their Impacts on the Amoeba Microbiota.
Academic Article Gut Microbes Are Associated with the Vascular Beneficial Effects of Dietary Strawberry on Metabolic Syndrome-Induced Vascular Inflammation.
Academic Article Physiological and cognitive changes after treatments of cyclophosphamide, methotrexate, and fluorouracil: implications of the gut microbiome and depressive-like behavior.

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