Title of the talk​

Tomography of Salmonella in-vivo persistence during antimicrobial chemotherapy identifies actionable host contributions

Pamela is an evolutionary biologist and studies how human activities affect the evolution of species, focusing on the evolution of birds in urban environments and the evolution of drug-resistant bacteria in urban and agricultural areas. She is also interested in the role biology plays in public health, and how biological data and insights can both inform public health research as well as public health policy. She received her BA in Biology from Harvard-Radcliffe Colleges, her Ph.D. in Evolutionary Biology from the University of California at San Diego, and conducted post-doctoral work in the Center for Genomics Research at Harvard University and the Systems Biology Department at Harvard Medical School. She is currently an Associate Professor at UCLA. Pamela is also an External Faculty at Santa Fe Institute.