Liz Landis

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Elizabeth Landis

Post-Doc| Dunn Lab

Liz is interested in patterns and processes in microbial communities across large spatial scales and linking microbial traits to community assembly.

Publications

Landis, E.A., A.M. Oliverio, McKenney, E.A., Nichols, L.M., Kfoury, N., Biango-Daniels, M., Shell, L.K., Madden, A.A., Shapiro, L.R., Sakunala, S.K., Drake, K., Robbat, A., Booker, M., Dunn, R.R., Fierer, N., Wolfe, B.E. 2021. The diversity and function of sourdough starter microbiomes. eLife

Ryan, S.F., Adamson, N.L., Aktipis, A., Andersen, L.K., Austin, R., Barnes, L., Beasley, M.R., Bedell, K.D., Briggs, S., Chapman, B., Cooper, C.B.,  et al. 2018. The role of citizen science in addressing grand challenges in food and agriculture research. Proceedings of the Royal Society B285(1891), p.20181977.

van Diepen, L.T., Frey, S.D., Landis, E.A., Morrison, E.W. and Pringle, A., 2017. Fungi exposed to chronic nitrogen enrichment are less able to decay leaf litter. Ecology98(1), pp.5-11.