Kyle Mondron

Graduate Research Assistant
mondronk [at] oregonstate.edu

Research Way Laboratory Building

Research Way Laboratory Building 2180D-45

Research Way Laboratory Building 4575 SW Research Way

Research Way Laboratory Building
4575 SW Research Way
Corvallis, OR 97333

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Botany and Plant Pathology
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In the broadest sense, I am interested in host-microbe interactions and fungal biology. I'm driven by questions regarding how organisms interact, particularly at molecular and genetic scales. My research on the bacterial symbionts living within the fungal cells of early-diverging fungi in the family Mortierellaceae involves investigation of fungal-bacterial mechanisms of interaction, genome evolution, and fungal mating systems. I am also interested in bioinformatics and computational biology. 

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Biography

I received my BS in Chemistry from Northern Illinois Unviersity (2016) and my MS in Sustainable Forest Management from Oregon State University (2020). I am currently a PhD student in the Uehling Lab at Oregon State University in the Department of Botany and Plant Pathology.

In the broadest sense, I am interested in host-microbe interactions and fungal biology. I'm driven by questions regarding how organisms interact, particularly at molecular and genetic scales. My research on the bacterial symbionts living within the fungal cells of early-diverging fungi in the family Mortierellaceae involves investigation of fungal-bacterial mechanisms of interaction, genome evolution, and fungal mating systems. I am also interested in bioinformatics and computational biology.