Sounds of the SEA

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A podcast for phage hunters about phage discovery and genomics. Graham Hatfull, Welkin Pope, Steve Cresawn, Dan Russell, Deborah Jacobs-Sera, and Charles Bowman discuss phage and education related topics with guests.

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http://www.phagesdb.org
Description
A podcast for phage hunters about phage discovery and genomics. Graham Hatfull, Welkin Pope, Steve Cresawn, Dan Russell, Deborah Jacobs-Sera, and Charles Bowman discuss phage and education related topics with guests.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2014-05-30 17:00
last episode published
2015-11-06 17:00
publication frequency
37.5 days
Contributors
Graham Hatfull author  
Charles Bowman owner  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
15
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Categories
Science & Medicine

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
6.11.2015

Bill Jacobs

We talk to Mycobacterial legend Bill Jacobs, the creator of shuttle phasmids, the developer of the beloved smeg strain mc²155, and the twin brother of our very own Debbie Jacobs-Sera. Bill talks about how he got into science, his past Mycobacterial wo...
Graham Hatfull author
14.10.2015

To lyse, or not to lyse?

The Pitt crew discusses lysogeny, immunity, and why there's no such thing as a lysogenic phage.
Graham Hatfull author
6.04.2015

The Maine Event

Graham, Welkin, Deb, Charlie and Steve talk to Sally Molloy and Keith Hutchison from the University of Maine.
Graham Hatfull author
3.03.2015

All Forest, No Trees

Forest Rohwer discusses viral metagenomics and the Year of the Phage.
Graham Hatfull author
24.02.2015

What’s the Difference?

Graham, Dan, Charlie, Welkin and Deb discuss sameness and differences in mycobacteriophages and the clustering of Actinomycetales phages.
Graham Hatfull author
16.11.2014

My PET Project

Ann Findley, Chris Gissendanner, and Allison Wiedemeier from the University of Louisiana Monroe join for discussion of their SEA-PHAGES program and cluster prediction using the Phage Enzyme Tool (PET) (available at: http://tinyurl.com/pudnr79).
Graham Hatfull author
16.11.2014

Live from the Atlantic Northwest

Marianne Poxleitner from Gonzaga joins Graham et al for a discussion of their unique implementation of the SEA-PHAGES program as well cluster K phages.
Graham Hatfull author
11.11.2014

Rebekomics

Rebekah Dedrick, a research associate in the Hatfull Lab, discusses RNA-seq and ribo-seq approaches to dissecting phage gene expression.
Graham Hatfull author
14.10.2014

The Perfect Hosts

The group discusses the current and future state of phagehunting on the new non-mycobacterial hosts being used in the program, Rhodococcus and Arthrobacter.
Graham Hatfull author
5.09.2014

Signals on the Horizon

Recent improvements to Phamerator are highlighted and the new SEA-PHAGES app is revealed!. Signals: http://tinyurl.com/mr52vwj PMID of papers discussed: 23945046.
Graham Hatfull author
22.08.2014

Phage Integration and Packaging et al.

Graham and the Pitt crew discuss new findings in bacteriophage biology. PMID of papers discussed: 25058116, 24711378, 24799672.
Graham Hatfull author
23.07.2014

Pipe Dreams

Live Recording from South Africa featuring guests Victoria Kasprowicz and Vanisha Munsamy discussing educational programs and experiences.
Graham Hatfull author
9.07.2014

Out of Africa

Live Recording from South Africa featuring guests Michelle Larsen and Eric Rubin discussing phagehunting in South Africa, tuberculosis, and rapid diagnostics for TB.
Graham Hatfull author
22.06.2014

Down on the Farm

Live Recording from the SEA Symposium Featuring Guests from the Program. Guests Include Kevin Bradley, Lu Barker, Lee Hughes, Sandra Burnett, and David Dunbar
Graham Hatfull author
30.05.2014

What's in a Name?

An Introduction to Sounds of the SEA
Graham Hatfull author