Fabiola Miranda Sanchez

Postdoctoral Associate
Parsons Laboratory for Environmental Science and Engineering fmiranda@mit.edu

 

Education

B.Sc Chemist-Bacteriologist-Parasitologist. National School of Biological Sciences. National Polytechnic Institute; Mexico; 2009

PhD in Biomedical Sciences; Center For Genomics Sciences; National Autonomous University of Mexico; Mexico; 2016

Postdoctoral fellow at MIT, USA; 2016-present

 

Research Interests

To study the microbial ecology through the correlation of evolutionary traits with environmental features in order to understand the forces that drives the diversity of life.

 

Publications

Miranda-Sánchez, F., Rivera, J. and Vinuesa, P. (2016), Diversity patterns of Rhizobiaceae communities inhabiting soils, root surfaces and nodules reveal a strong selection of rhizobial partners by legumes. Environ Microbiol, 18: 2375–2391. doi:10.1111/1462-2920.13061