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Christopher MarxAssociate Professor Department of Biological Sciences
Dr. Marx moved his lab to Idaho at the start of 2014, with the interactive environment being a significant draw. His broad research goal has been to understand the physiological basis of evolutionary or ecological phenomena, with the methanol-consuming Methylobacterium as our major model system, and experimental evolution as a key approach. These data are integrated with systems-level, mathematical models of physiology to generate quantitative predictions linking genotype to phenotype for both individual strains and synthetic microbial communities.
Dr. Marx is the MetToxin working group leader.