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Below is a list of laboratories from members of the International Symbiosis Society. The research covers a wide range of symbiotic interactions. Click on the name of the investigator to go to their homepage. If you are a member and would like to have your site added, please contact the webmaster.

Animal - Bacteria Associations:
Monika Bright, University of Vienna, hydrothermal vent symbiosis
Colleen Cavanaugh, Harvard University, deep-sea vent symbioses
Todd Ciche, Michigan State University, bacteria-nematode symbiosis
Angela Douglas, Cornell University, insect-bacterial symbioses
Nicole Dubilier, Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, chemosynthetic symbioses
Takema Fukatsu, Institute For Biological Functions, insect symbiosis
Nicole Gerardo, Emory University, insect symbiosis
Heidi Goodrich-Blair, University of Wisconsin, bacteria-nematode symbiosis
Joerg Graf, University of Connecticut, leech digestive-tract symbiosis
Edouard Jurkevitch, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, insect symbiosis
Jose Lopez, NSU, biodiversity, molecular ecology and evolution of marine organisms
Martin Kaltenpoth, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Beewolf-Streptomyces
Carol Lauzon, California State University, insect symbiosis
Mark Mandel, Northwestern University, Vibrio-squid symbiosis
Mariana Mateos, Texas A&M University, bacteria-insect symbiosis
Margaret McFall-Ngai, University of Wisconson, Vibrio-squid symbiosis
Irene Newton, Indiana University, Bloomington, Wolbachia-insect symbiosis
Spencer Nyholm, University of Connecticut, Vibrio-squid symbiosis
Edward Ruby, University of Wisconson, Vibrio-squid symbiosis
Patricia Stock, University of Arizona, Symbionts of insect parasitic and pathogenic nematodes
Karen Visick, Loyola University, Vibrio-squid symbiosis
Martin Zimmer, University of Kiel; isopod symbionts, epithelial and endosymbionts of comb jellies

Animal -Bacteria -Fungal Associations:
Cameron Currie, University of Wisconsin, Leaf-cutting ant-mutualistic bacteria-fungal cultivar symbiosis
Michael Poulsen, University of Copenhagen, Leaf-cutting ant-Streptomyces-basidiomycete symbiosis

Animal -Bacteria -Virus Associations:

Seth Bordenstein, Vanderbilt University, arthropod-Wolbachia-phage symbiosis

Animal -Fungal Associations:

Marr Ayres, Dartmouth College, bark bettle-fungus symbiosis

Animal - Plant Associations:

Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Universty of Queensland, coral-dianoflagellate symbiosis
Paul Long, King's College London, natural products from marine invertebrate-microbial symbioses
Mary Rumpho-Kennedy, University of Maine, mollusc-algal symbiosis
Virginia Weis, Oregon State University, Anemonies-dianoflagellate symbiosis

Ecology of Symbiotic Associations:
Jennifer Rudgers, Rice University USA - Effect of mutualistic interactions on communities

Fungus-Algae Associations:
Daniele Armaleo, Duke University, Lichen symbiosis
Francois Lutzoni, Duke University, Lichen symbiosis
Elfie Stocker-Wörgötter, University of Salzburg, Lichen symbiosis

Plant - Bacteria Associations:
Jean-Michel Ané, University of Wisconsin, legume-Rhizobium and mycorrhizal symbioses.
David Benson, University of Connecticut, actinorhizal symbioses
Birgitta Bergman, Stockholm University, plant-cyanobacteria symbiosis
Francisco Carrapiço, University of Lisbon, Azolla-Anabaena symbiosis
Sharon Doty, University of Washington, Nitrogen-fixing endophytes of non-legumes
Daniel Gage, University of Connecticut, Sinorhizobium meliloti symbiosis
Ann Hirsch, UCLA, legume-Rhizobium symbiosis
Matthias Horn, University of Vienna, Azolla-Anabaena symbiosis

Plant - Fungal Associations:
Rusty Rodriguez, U.S. Geological Survey, Endophytic symbioses and plant stress tolerance
Christopher Schardl, University of Kentucky, Claviceptacious symbioses
Marc-André Selosse, Université Montpellier, mycorrhizal symbioses
Katarzyna Turnau, Jagiellonian University, plant-mycorrhizal symbiosis
Ajit Varma, Amity University of India, mycorrhizal symbioses

Plant - Plant Associations:

Protist Associations:
John Lee, City College of New York, Foraminifera symbioses



 
 
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