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Sue Ishaq

  • Ph.D./Research Assistant Professor
  • Research Assistant Professor
  • University of Oregon
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Research interests

high-throughput sequencing.bioinformaticsMicrobial survey of stomach contents

About

I'm currently running the bioinformatics of a variety of metagenomic projects.

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Publications

Null mutations of group a streptococcus orphan kinase RocA: Selection in mouse infection and comparison with covS mutations in alteration of in vitro and in vivo protease SpeB expression and virulence

  • Feng W
  • Minor D
  • Liu M
Infection and Immunity (2017)
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Plant-microbial interactions in agriculture and the use of farming systems to improve diversity and productivity

  • Ishaq S
AIMS Microbiology (2017)
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Rumen and cecum microbiomes in reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) are changed in response to a lichen diet and may affect enteric methane emissions

  • Salgado-Flores A
  • Hagen L
  • Ishaq S
PLoS ONE (2016)
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The pathology of methanogenic archaea in human gastrointestinal tract disease

  • Ishaq S
  • Moses P
  • Wright A
The Gut Microbiome - Implications for Human Disease (2016)
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Rumen microbial community composition varies with diet and host, but a core microbiome is found across a wide geographical range

  • Henderson G
  • Cox F
  • Ganesh S
Scientific Reports (2015)
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Professional experience

Research Assistant Professor

University of Oregon

June 2017 - Present

Post-Doctoral Researcher

Montana State University - Bozeman

April 2015 - May 2017(2 years)

Graduate Student

University of Vermont

July 2010 - March 2015(5 years)

Education history

PhD Animal, Nutrition and Food Science

University of Vermont

July 2010 - March 2015(5 years)

Bachelor's of Science

University of Vermont

August 2003 - May 2007(4 years)