The Correa lab applies interdisciplinary approaches to quantify how microorganisms influence hosts and ecosystem-level processes, particularly under environmental stress. Our primary research interests include the diversity and evolutionary histories of marine microorganisms; the context-dependent roles of dinoflagellate symbionts, bacteria and viruses in host health and disease; and the influence of microbes on ecosystem function and persistence.
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Marine Microbial Symbiosis and Disease; Global Change; Coral Reef Ecology; Environmental Virology
BS (2000) University of Michigan
MA (2003), PhD (2009) Columbia University