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The Australian Centre for Ecogenomics was established in August 2010 at the University of Queensland in the School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences. It provides a focal point for sequence-based analysis of microbial communities and builds strength in this space not only in Queensland, but Australia as a whole. Our project portfolio is 80% applied research focused on major national research priorities (e.g. climate change, infectious diseases) and 20% fundamental research.
This project aims to assess the establishment and maintenance of microbial symbiosis in Ianthella basta as a model species, visualize physiological interactions between host and symbionts, and assess holobiont stability under future climate conditions.