The Institute of Ecology and Evolution, University of Oregon IEE University of Oregon

Resources

META Center For Systems Biology

The Microbial Ecology and Theory of Animals (META) Center for Systems Biology is devoted to understanding how host-microbe systems work and using this knowledge to advance human health.

Genomics Core Facilty

The High Throughput DNA Sequencing and Genomics facility supports scientific research at the University of Oregon by offering genetic and genomic technologies. The facility provides in-house services and have available specialized equipment. Services include Sanger DNA sequencing, microarray-based genotyping, microarray printing, robotics for high throughput manipulation of DNA samples, and next generation Illumina-based high throughput DNA sequencing and associated bioinformatics.

Cresko Laboratory, Center for Ecology and Evolution at the University of Oregon
News Brief

January 2017 - Kristin Alligood successfully defends Ph.D.


January 2017 - Allison Fuiten is awarded a DDIG from the NSF. See Lab News for more.


December 2016 - Gulf Pipefish genome paper published.


November 2016 - Bill Cresko elected AAAS Fellow.


April / July 2016 - Cresko Lab members receive six conference awards for posters or talks. See Lab News for more.


January / February 2016 - Susan Bassham appears in a short documentary and a more in-depth interview relating to the lab's recently published Middleton Island work. See Lab News or the link below for more.


December 2015 - "Evolution of stickleback in 50 years on earthquake-uplifted islands" paper published.


Lab News