Dr. Eloe-Fadrosh joined the JGI in 2014 to pursue her research interests in microbial ecology and metagenomics. Her current research focuses on leveraging thousands of metagenomic datasets from host-associated and environmental samples to identify novel microbial life and viral diversity. Prior to joining the JGI, she was a Bioinformatics Program Fellow at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation as part of the Marine Microbiology Initiative. She conducted her postdoctoral training in human microbiome research at the Institute for Genome Sciences at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She stepped into the Metagenome Program lead position in 2017.
- BS, Biochemistry and Cell Biology, University of California, San Diego
(Magna cum laude)
- PhD, Marine Biology, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
- Eloe-Fadrosh EA, et al. (2016) Metagenomics uncovers gaps in amplicon-based detection of microbial diversity. Nature Microbiology 1: 15032.
- Eloe-Fadrosh EA, et al. (2016) Global metagenomic survey reveals a new bacterial candidate phylum in geothermal springs. Nature Communications 7:10476.
- Kyrpides NC. et al. (2016) Microbiome Data Science: Understanding Our Microbial Planet. Trends in Microbiology 24(6):425-7.
- Paez-Espino, D. et al. (2016) Uncovering Earth’s virome. Nature 536:425-30.
- Eloe-Fadrosh EA, et al. (2015) Functional dynamics of the gut microbiome in elderly people during probiotic consumption. mBio 6: e00231-15.
- Eloe-Fadrosh EA, et al. (2013) Impact of oral typhoid vaccination on the human gut microbiota and correlations with S. Typhi-specific immunological responses. PLoS ONE 8:e62026.
- Eloe-Fadosh EA & Rasko DA (2013) The human microbiome: from symbiosis to pathogenesis. Annual Reviews of Medicine 64: 145-163.
- Eloe EA et al. (2011) Isolation and characterization of a psychropiezophilic alphaproteobacterium. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77: 8145-8153.
- Eloe EA et al. (2011) Going Deeper: Metagenome of a hadopelagic microbial community. PLoS ONE 6: e20388.
- Eloe EA et al. (2011) Compositional differences in particle-associated and free-living microbial assemblages from an extreme deep ocean environment. Environmental Microbiology Reports 3: 449-458.