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This is a collaborative project funded by the National Science Foundation Grant No. 0072741 (May 2001 to 2003)
© Sung-Oui Suh, Meredith Blackwell, and Joseph V. McHugh
Beetles and their yeast endosymbionts from basidiocarp habitats

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suh Meredith Joe McHugh
Left to right: Sung-Oui Suh  Department of Biologal Sciences, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Suh has a PhD from the University of Tokyo (1993), where he worked with Junta Sugiyama. As the postdoctoral investigator on the project, he brings real yeast expertize to the group. Meredith Blackwell  Department of Biological Sciences, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Meredith worked with C.J. Alexopoulos at the University of Texas and received a PhD in 1973.  Joseph V. McHugh  Department of Entomology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. Joe has a split appointment between the Department of Entomology and the UGA Museum of Natural History where he serves as Curator of the UGA Collection of Arthropods.  He completed his PhD in 1995 at Cornell University, where he worked with Quentin Wheeler. 
A few of the undergraduates who studied gut yeasts

John Williams

Nhu Nguyen

Robert Frank

Graduate students who studied gut yeasts: Ning Zhang (left) and Hector Urbina (right)

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