ERIA A. REBOLLAR
I am a microbial ecologist interested in the symbiotic relationships between hosts (animals) and microbial communities. My research line focuses on analyzing amphibian symbiotic communities (microbiomes) from and ecological and evolutionary perspective. I am also involved in projects on the diversity and function of soil and aquatic microbiomes.
M.Sc. Emanuel Martínez Ugalde
My PhD project will focus on studying the biotic and abiotic factors influencing the function and community structure of skin microbiomes in Ambystoma altamirani.
Hugo Morales Hernández
I am analyzing the culturable bacterial diversity of Ambystoma altamirani and determining how skin bacterial diversity changes across seasons.
Sara Lucía Anaya Morales
My undergraduate project will consist on determining Bd and Bsal prevalence and infection intensity in Ambystoma altamirani.
Andrea Estefanía Rangel Pérez
The main goal of my undergraduate project is to determine the effect of antifungal bacterial metabolites on biosynthetic membranes. In addition, we will characterize the metabolites produced by some antifungal bacteria isolated from the skin of tropical frogs.
M.Sc. Ángel Fernando Soto Pozos
As part of my PhD project, I am analyzing the skin microbiome and Bd infection status on plethodontid salamanders from the cloud forest in Veracruz.
M. Sc. Maria Delia Basanta
As part of my PhD project, I am studying the diversity of skin microbial communities of Pseudacris hypochondriaca across an altitudinal gradient in Baja California.
I am describing the taxonomy of a bacterial collection derived from the skin of Ambystoma Altamirani
Luis Fernando Altamirano and Daniela Orozco
We are students from the Genomic Science Undergraduate program and we are using bioinformatic tools to analyze skin or surface microbiomes present in different aquatic organisms from marine and fresh water environments.