Office: HEALTH SCIENCES 416
Phone: (406) 243-4834
Fax: (406) 243-4184
Tuesday and Thursday 1-2PM and by appointment
ROSENZWEIG LAB PERSONNEL
Evgueny Kroll, PhD (Asst Research Professor): Yeast evolutionary genetics
Karen Schmidt, BS, MS (Lab Manager)
Margie Kinnersley, PhD: Bacterial population biology and evolution
Matthew Herron, PhD: Protistan population biology and evolution
Carla Boulianne-Larsen, MS: Coevolution of clincial P. aeruginsoa and S. aureus
Jacob Boswell (Sigma Xi Undergrad fellow): Experimental evolution of multicellularity. Maggie Boyd (Davidson Honors College): Experimental evolution of multicellularity. Jacob Childress: Evolution of E. coli hypermutators. Eric Dunham: Hypermutation in clincial P. aeruginosa (ASM undergrad fellow). Emmy Handl: Experimental evolution of biocomplexity. Alex Knox: Experimental evolution of multicellularity. Eric Wall (NASA Spacegrant Fellow): Experimental eukaryogenesis.
Field Of Study:
Research in the Rosenzweig lab is aimed at illuminating the evolution of complex traits that augment biodiversity, control cell lifespan and drive major transitions in the history of life. Our goals are to understand how changes in genome architecture alter global patterns of gene expression, whether such changes explain the physiology and behavior of novel genotypes, and the extent to which adaptation is shaped by trade-offs and constraints. Because all major evolutionary transitions require cooperative behavior, we are especially keen to discover genetic changes that promote this trait. Our approach to these goals is experimental evolutionary genomics using as models the bacteria Escherichia coli and Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus, the Bakers yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and the unicellular alga, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. With new and continuing funding from NASA, NIH and the Templeton Foundation we are addressing six fundamental questions.
(1) How does a community arise from a single clone? (2) How did the eukaryotic cell, specifically the cell that had a mitochondrion, come to be? (3) How does multicellularity arise? (4) What is the true rate of beneficial mutation – and how pervasive are the pleiotropic effects of those mutations? (5) How might severe stress favor the emergence of new species. (6)What controls the lifespan of a eukaryotic cell?
BIOB272: Genetics and Evolution. BIOB375: General Genetics. BIOB392: Internship. BIOL497: Advanced Undergrad Research. BIOM594: Professional Semimar
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Michigan (Population Genetics)
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (Biology); B.A., University of Tennessee (Comparative Literature)
American Society for Microbiology, Genetics Society of America, Sigma Xi
Collaborator, Necker Hopital des Enfants Malades, Univ Rene Descartes, PARIS, FR (2005-present)
Kinnersley, M, J Wenger, E Kroll, J Adams, G Sherlock F Rosenzweig (2014) Ex uno plures: Clonal reinforcement drives evolution of a simple microbial community. PLoS Genetics 10(6):e1004430.
Nagarajan, S, AL Kruckeberg, K Schmidt, E Kroll, M Hamilton, K McInnerney, R Summers, T Taylor, F Rosenzweig (2014) Uncoupling reproduction from metabolism extends chronological lifespan in yeast. PNAS (USA) Plus 111(15):E1538-1547.
Skorupa, DJ, RW Castenholz, A Mazurie, C Carey, F Rosenzweig, TR McDermott (2013) In situ gene expression profiling of the thermoacidophilic alga Cyanidioschyzon in relation to visible and UV iradiance. Environ Microbiol. doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.12317
Dunn, B, T Paulish, A. Stanbery, J. Piotrowski, G. Koniges, E Kroll, EJ Louis, G Liti, G Sherlock, F Rosenzweig (2013) Recurrent rearrangement during adaptive evolution in an interspecific yeast hybrid suggests a model for rapid introgression. PLoS Genetics 9(3):e1003366
Kroll, E, S Coyle, B Dunn, G Koniges, A Aragon, J Edwards, and F Rosenzweig (2013) Starvation-associated genome restructuring can lead to reproductive isolation in yeast. PLoS One 8(7): e66414.
Ratcliff, WC, MD Herron, K Howell, JT Pentz, F Rosenzweig, M Travisano (2013) Experimental evolution of an alternating uni- and multicellular life cycle in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Nature Communications. 4:2742.
Piotrowski, JS, Nagarajan, E Kroll, A Stanbery, KE Chiotti, AL Kruckeberg, B Dunn, G Sherlock, F Rosenzweig. 2012. Different selective pressures lead to different genomic outcomes as newly-formed hybrid yeasts evolve. BMC Evol Biol 12:46.
Wenger, JW, J Piotrowski, S Nagarajan, K Chiotti, G Sherlock, F Rosenzweig (2011) Hunger artists: Yeast adapted to carbon limitation show trade-offs under carbon sufficiency. PLoS Genetics 7(8): e1002202.
Kinnersley, M, JW Wenger, G Sherlock, F Rosenzweig (2011) Rapid evolution of simple microbial communities in the laboratory. In, Evolutionary Biology–Concepts, Bioversity, Macroevolution and Genome Evolution. C. Pontarottti (ed.), Springer, Berlin.
Warren, AE, CM Boulianne-Larsen, CB Chandler, K Chiotto, E Kroll, SR Miller, F Taddei, I Sermet-Gaudelus, A Ferroni, K McInnerney, MJ Franklin, F Rosenzweig (2011) Genotypic and phenotypic variation in P. aeruginosa reveals signatures of secondary infection and mutator activity in certain CF patients with chronic lung infections. Infection and Immunity 79(12):4802-4818.
Kroll, E, F Rosenzweig, B Dunn (2010) Starvation-induced reproductive isolation in yeast. In, Evolutionary Biology – Concepts, Molecular and Morpholological Evolution. C. Pontarottti (ed.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
Kruckeberg, AL, S Nagarajan, K McInnerney, F Rosenzweig (2009) Extraction of RNA from Ca-Alginate encapsulated yeast for transcriptional profiling. Analytical Biochem. 391(2):160.
F Rosenzweig and G Sherlock (2009) Through a Glass, Clearly: Experimental evolution as a window on genome evolution. In, Experimental Evolution: Applications and Methods. M. Rose & T. Garland (eds.) UC-Berkeley Press.
Huey, RB and F Rosenzweig (2009) Laboratory evolution meets Catch-22: Balancing simplicity and realism. In, Experimental Evolution: Applications and Methods. M. Rose & T. Garland (eds.) UC-Berkeley Press.
Ramamoorthy, S, J Piotrowski, H Langner, W Holben, M Morra, RF Rosenzweig (2009) Ecology of sulfate-reducing bacteria in an iron-dominated, mining-impacted freshwater sediment, J Env Quality 38(2):1-10.
Sass, H, S Ramamoorthy, C Yarwood, H Langner, P Schumann, R Kroppenstedt, S Spring, RF Rosenzweig (2009) Characterization of novel sulfate-reducing bacteria from a metal(loid)-contaminated freshwater sediment:Description of Desulfovibrio idahonensis sp. nov. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 59:2208-2214.
Ramamoorthy, S., H Sass, HLangner, P Schumann, R Kroppenstedt, S Spring, J Overmann, RF Rosenzweig (2006) Desulfosporosinus lacus sp. nov., a novel sulfate-reducing bacterium isolated from pristine freshwater lake sediments. Int. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. 56:2729-2736.
Spring, S and RF Rosenzweig (2004) The Genera Desulfitobacterium and Desulfosporosinus: Taxonomy. In, TheProkaryotes, M. Dworkin, (ed.) Springer-Verlag, New York.
Laub, M and F Rosenzweig (2003) Transcriptional profiling in bacteria using microarrays. In Methods and Tools in Biosciences and Medicine: Prokaryotic Genomics and Genetics, Edited by M. Blot. Birkhauser-Verlag, Basel.
Cummings, DE, O Snoeyenbos-West, D Newby, A Niggemyer, D Lovley, L Achenbach, RF Rosenzweig (2003) Colonization of metal-polluted freshwater lake sediments by Geobacteraceae species as assessed by 16S rDNA analyses. Microbial Ecology 46:257-269.
Dunham, MJ, H Badrane, T Ferea, JP Adams, PO Brown, F Rosenzweig, D Botstein (2002) Characteristic genome rearrangements accompany experimental evolution of S. cerevisiae. PNAS (USA) 99(25):16144-16149.
Niggemyer, AS, S Spring, E Stackebrandt, RF Rosenzweig (2001) Isolation and characterization of a novel arsenate-reducing bacterium: Implications for arsenic mobilization and the genus Desulfitobacterium. Applied Environ Microbiology 67:5568-5580.
Cummings, DE, AW March, B Bostick, S Spring, F Caccavo, SE Fendorf, RF Rosenzweig (2000) Evidence for microbial Fe(III) reduction in anoxic, mining-impacted lake sediments (LakeCoeur d’Alene, USA). Applied Environ Microbiology 66:154-162.
Ferea, T, P Brown, D Botstein, RF Rosenzweig (1999) Systematic changes in gene expression patterns following adaptive evolution in yeast. PNAS (USA) 96(17):9721-9726.
Cummings, DE, F Caccavo, SE Fendorf, RF Rosenzweig (1999) Arsenic mobilization by a dissimilatoryFe(III) reducing bacterium. Env Sci Technol 33:723-729.
Cummings, DE, F Caccavo, S Spring, and RF Rosenzweig (1999) Ferribacterium limneticum gen. nov., sp.nov., an Fe(III)-reducing microorganism isolated from mining-impacted lakesediments. Archives Microbiol. 171:183-188.
Harrington, JM, SE Fendorf, RF Rosenzweig (1998) Biotic generation of arsenic(III) in heavy metal contaminated lake sediments. Env Sci Technol 32:2425-2430.
Brown, CJ, KI Todd, RF Rosenzweig (1998) Multiple duplications of yeast hexose transport genes in response to selection in a glucose-limited environment. Mol Biol Evoln 15:931-942.
Harrington, JM, MJ LaForce, WC Rember, SE Fendorf, RF Rosenzweig (1998) Phase associations and mobilization of iron and trace metals in sediments of Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Env Sci Technol 32:650-656.
Rosenzweig, RF, J Adams (1994) Microbial adaptations to a variable environment: Cell-cell interactions mediate physiological and genetic differentiation. Bioessays 16:715-717.
Rosenzweig, RF, RR Sharp, DS Treves, J Adams (1994) Microbial evolution in a simple unstructured environment: Genetic differentiation in Escherichia coli. Genetics 137:903
Rosenzweig, RF (1992) Regulation of fitness in yeast overexpressing glycolytic enzymes: Responses to heat shock and nitrogen starvation. Genetical Research (Cambridge) 59:167-177.
Rosenzweig, RF (1992) Regulation of fitness in yeast overexpressing glycolytic enzymes: Parameters of growth and viability. Genetical Research (Cambridge) 59:35-48.
Modi, RI, C Wilker, RF Rosenzweig, J Adams (1991) Plasmid macro-evolution: Selection of deletions during adaptation in a glucose limited environment. Genetica 84:195-202
Kurlandzka, A, RF Rosenzweig, J Adams (1991) Identification of adaptive changes in an evolving population of Escherichia coli: The role of changes with regulatory and highly pleiotropic effects. Mol Biol Evol 8:261-281.
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