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Nancy Moran, University of Texas, Austin, Joint Evolution of Insects and Microorganisms

In this contribution to our host-microbe interview series, CRC 1182-speaker Prof. Thomas Bosch talks to Prof. Nancy Moran, University of Texas, Austin, about her important pioneering work in symbiosis research over the course of her more than 40-year scientific career. Her work on the joint evolution of insects and symbiotic microorganisms contributed to helping microbiome research achieve its current central importance in the life sciences.

The interview was recorded during Moran’s visit to Kiel University in September when she accepted the CRC 1182’s Karl August Möbius-Fellowship 2023:

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