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Dr. Corine Buser-Schöbel

 

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collaboratrice scientifique

  

Institut fédéral de recherches sur la forêt, la neige et le paysage WSL
Zürcherstrasse 111
8903 Birmensdorf

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Birmensdorf Bi PL B 41

 

Professional and Research Interests

I am an evolutionary ecologist interested in host-pathogen interactions, as well as the pathways of spread and epidemiology of introduced pathogens. I am using molecular genetic and bioinformatic tools, field sampling and laboratory infection experiments to answer fundamental and applied questions in the field. So far, I have worked with multiple animal and plant systems, and in the past years my focus has been the ecology and epidemiology of plant pathogenic fungi and their mycoviruses. In the molecular diagnostics team, I am now investigating different plant pathogens using molecular tools like Sequencing and qPCR.

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Schoebel, C.N.; Prospero, S.; Gross, A.; Rigling, D. Detection of a Conspecific Mycovirus in Two Closely Related Native and Introduced Fungal Hosts and Evidence for Interspecific Virus Transmission. Viruses 201810, 628.

Schoebel, C.N., Botella, L., V., Lygis, V. & Rigling, D. Population genetic analysis of a parasitic mycovirus to infer the invasion history of its fungal host, Molecular Ecology, accepted: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/mec.14048/abstract

 

 

 

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