Kate Salome Barbour 

Kate Salome Barbour

I am a MEME Erasmus Mundus in Evolutionary Biology student who will be working on a collaborative project between the de Boer Lab and the Kramer Lab of Harvard's Organismic and Evolutionary Biology department {http://www.oeb.harvard.edu/faculty/kramer/Site/Home.html} in spring 2016.

I am a MEME Erasmus Mundus in Evolutionary Biology student who has previously received a Bachelors of Science in Evolutionary Anthropology and a Bachelors of Art in French Literary Studies from Rutgers University.  I have studied and participated in research projects with the Université de Montpellier II, University of Groningen, and the National Museums of Kenya; in addition to Uppsala University. I will be working on a collaborative project between the de Boer Lab and the Kramer Lab of Harvard's Organismic and Evolutionary Biology department {http://www.oeb.harvard.edu/faculty/kramer/Site/Home.html} in spring 2016. I continue to be amazed at the microbiome and am interested in biotechnology as a vehicle for innovation impacting contemporary global issues. 

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Tags: Botany , Plant DNA barcoding , Wildlife forensics , Metabarcoding , Ethnobotany , Molecular identification , Ion-Torrent PGM , Medicinal plants

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