Roderich Römhild

post doctoral at Department of Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology, Infection biology, antimicrobial resistance and immunology; Dan I Andersson

Visiting address:
Husargatan 3
752 37 UPPSALA
Postal address:
Box 582
751 23 UPPSALA

Short presentation

My research aims at identifying ways in which we can make antibiotic treatments more robust to the emergence of new resistances. This may be achieved by a more careful consideration of evolutionary principles. This includes the consideration of genetic resistance trade-offs and physiological hysteresis that arises from cellular memory.

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My courses


2014-2018 Doctoral studies, International Max-Planck-Research School for Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kiel, Germany (Hinrich Schulenburg lab)


Antibiotic resistance

Mechanisms and stability of evolved resistance trade-offs (collateral sensitivity)

Evolution in fluctuating environments

Evolution of new functions


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