Rachel Dutton is a Bauer Fellow at the Harvard University Center for Systems Biology, where she studies microbial communities using cheese as a model system. She has collaborated with numerous chefs, as well as the food science author Harold McGee, and her work has been featured in the New York Times, Boston Globe, NPR, and Wired among many others. Dutton received her PhD in microbiology from Harvard University where she studied M. tuberculosis.
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Most microbes in nature exist within a microbial community. Rachel Dutton uses cheese as a model system for studying microbial ecosystems. (Talk recorded in July 2014)
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