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Holly Bik

  • Ph.D.
  • Assistant Professor
  • University of California Riverside Department of Nematology
  • 11

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Research interests

environmental sequencing 18S rRNA nematodes microbial eukaryotes phylogenomics biodiversity evolution ecology deep-sea biology marine sediments oil spills Gulf of Mexico metagenomics computational biology data visualization bioinformatics

About

My work utilizes high-throughput sequencing approaches to explore broad patterns in microbial eukaryote assemblages (biodiversity and biogeography, functional roles for microbial taxa, and the relationship between species and environmental parameters), with a focus on free-living nematodes in marine sediments

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Editorships

mSystems

Subject Editor

2015 - Present

Molecular Ecology/ Molecular Ecology Resources

Subject Editor

2014 - Present

Publications

A critique of Rossberg et al.: Noise obscures the genetic signal of meiobiotal ecospecies in ecogenomic datasets

  • Morgan M
  • Bass D
  • Bik H
  • Birky C
  • Blaxter M
  • Crisp M
  • Derycke S
  • Fitch D
  • Fontaneto D
  • Hardy C
  • King A
  • Kiontke K
  • Moens T
  • Pawlowski J
  • Porazinska D
  • Tang C
  • Thomas W
  • Yeates D
  • Creer S
Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society (2014)
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microBEnet: lessons learned from building an interdisciplinary scientific community in the online sphere

  • Bik H
  • Coil D
  • Eisen J
PLoS biology (2014)
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Meeting report: Fungal its workshop (october 2012)

  • Bates S
  • Ahrendt S
  • Bik H
  • Bruns T
  • Caporaso J
  • Cole J
  • Dwan M
  • Fierer N
  • Gu D
  • Houston S
  • Knight R
  • Leff J
  • Lewis C
  • Maestre J
  • McDonald D
  • Nilsson R
  • Porras-Alfaro A
  • Robert V
  • Schoch C
  • Scott J
  • Lee Taylor D
  • Parfrey L
  • Stajich J
Standards in Genomic Sciences (2013)
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Phylotastic! Making tree-of-life knowledge accessible, reusable and convenient

  • Stoltzfus A
  • Lapp H
  • Matasci N
  • Deus H
  • Sidlauskas B
  • Zmasek C
  • Vaidya G
  • Pontelli E
  • Cranston K
  • Vos R
  • Webb C
  • Harmon L
  • Pirrung M
  • O'Meara B
  • Pennell M
  • Mirarab S
  • Rosenberg M
  • Balhoff J
  • Bik H
  • Heath T
  • Midford P
  • Brown J
  • McTavish E
  • Sukumaran J
  • Westneat M
  • Alfaro M
  • Steele A
  • Jordan G
BMC Bioinformatics (2013)
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Small worms, big ideas: Evolutionary inferences from nematode DNA

  • Bik H
Journal of Biogeography (2010)
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

University of California Riverside Department of Nematology

August 2016 - Present

Project Scientist

New York University

October 2015 - July 2016 (9 months)

Birmingham Fellow

University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

September 2014 - September 2015 (a year)

Postdoctoral Associate

Eisen Lab, University of California Davis

December 2011 - August 2014 (3 years)

Postdoctoral Associate

Hubbard Center for Genome Studies, University of New Hampshire

March 2010 - December 2011 (2 years)

Education history

University of Southampton (in conjunction with the Natural History Museum, London)

PhD Molecular/Marine Biology

September 2006 - January 2010 (3 years)

King's College London (University of London)

BSc Biological Sciences

September 2002 - June 2005 (3 years)