CURRENT MEMBERS

Christoph Ratzke

PI

cratzke (at) mit. edu

Xiaozhou Ye

PhD Student

ye_xiaozhou (at) pku.edu.cn

Xiaozhou studied Biology and Physics in Bejing and will join the lab end of the summer 2020. She will explore how properties of complex microbial communities emerge from the species interactions within them.

FORMER STUDENTS

Jonas Denk

Visiting PhD Student from LMU Munich 2016

jonas.denk (at) berkeley.edu

Jonas is a theoretical physicist by training that dared to try experimental wet lab work. He explored how microbes can kill their own populations by deteriorating the environment which got published in Nature Ecology and Evolution. He is currently a postdoc at Berkeley.

Julien Barrere

Visiting Student from ETH Zurich 2017-2018

jbarrere (at) fas.harvard.edu

Julien studied microbial ecology at ETH Zurich before joining the lab as a visiting student. He explored how interactions between microbes set the biodiversity and stability of complex natural communities. His work just got accepted by Nature Ecology and Evolution. Julien currently works in the Murray Lab, at Harvard, on the evolution of multicellularity.

Jonas Rybnicek

Visiting Student from University of Helsinki 2019

jrybnicek (at) dundee.ac.uk

After his bachelor in biomedical sciences Jonas explored what makes microbial communities multistable. He currently studies at the University of Helsinki