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Dr. Emilia Sogin

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Scientist

Department of Symbiosis

MPI for Marine Microbiology
Celsiusstr. 1
D-28359 Bremen
Germany

Raum: 

3242

Telefon: 

+49 421 2028-823

Dr. Emilia Sogin
 

Main Research Interests

\My research focuses on characterizing the molecular and biochemical interactions between the environment, Eukaryotic hosts and their microbial communities. Hosts and their symbionts build complex chemical spaces that influence the function, survival and maintenance of their relationships. As such, my research seeks to describe and understand the role of specific partners in the consumption, production and regulation of small molecules, or metabolites.

I am currently developing and applying metabolite profiling methods for seawater samples in order to explore the influence of host-microbe associations on their environment. Using this novel approach, our unpublished work shows that globally, seagrasses modify their habitat by (1) producing and secreting sugars to their rhizospheres and (2) altering their associated sediment microbial communities (taxonomy and function) to favor beneficial taxa. From these data, we show that carbon sequestration - a key function of seagrass sediments- mediated by seagrasses is influenced by the symbiotic interaction between meadows and microbial communities populating the rhizosphere.

 

Twitter: @MaggieSogin

https://github.com/esogin

Publications

Sogin EM, Michellod D*, Gruber-Vodicka H, Bourceau P*, Geier B, Meier D*, Seidel M, Hach PF*, Procaccini G, Dubilier N, Liebeke M. (2019b) Seagrasses excrete sugars to their rhizosphere making them the sweet spots in the sea.bioRxivhttps://doi.org/10.1101/797522

Sogin EM, Puskas E**, Dubilier N, Liebeke M. (2019a) Marine metabolomics: a method for the non-targeted measurement of metabolites in seawater by gas-chromatography mass spectrometry. preprint bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/528307.

Geier B*, Sogin EM, Janda M*, Kompauer M, Michellod D*, Dubilier N, Liebeke M. (2019) Spatial metabolomics of in situ, host-microbe interactions. preprint bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/555045 *Accepted at Nature Microbiology

Wilkins LGE, Leray M, Yuen B, Peixoto R, Pereira TJ, Bink HM, Coil DA, Duffy JE, Herre EA, Lessios H, Lucey N, Mejia LC, O’Dea A, Rasher DB, Sharp K, Sogin EM, Thacker RW, Vega Thurber R, Wcislo WT, Wilbanks EG, Eisen JA. (2019) Host-associated microbiomes and their roles in marine ecosystem functions. PeerJ Preprint 7:e27930v1 https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.27930v1

Sogin EM, Putnam HM, Nelson CE, Anderson P, Gates RD (2017). Interspecific congruency of the coral holobiont metabolome with symbiotic bacteria, archaea and Symbiodinium communities. Environmental Microbiology Reports

Sogin EM, Putnam HM, Anderson P, Gates RD (2016). Metabolomic signatures of increases in temperature and ocean acidification from the reef-building coral, Pocillopora damicornis. Metabolomics. doi:10.007/11306-016-0987-8

Claar CD, Fabina NS, Putnam HM, Cunning R, Sogin EM, Baum JK, and Gates RD (2015). Embracing complexity in coral-algal symbiosis. Algal Symbioses.

Sogin EM, Anderson P, Williams P, Chen CS, Gates RD (2014). Application of 1H-NMR metabolomic profiling for reef-building corals. PLOS One: DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0111274

Yost DM, Wang LH, Fan TY, Chen CS, Lee RW, Sogin EM and Gates RD (2013).  Diversity in skeletal architecture influences biological heterogeneity and Symbiodinium habitat in corals.  Zoology 116(5): 262-269

Allen JJ, Mäthger LM, Barbosa A, Buresch KC, Sogin E, et. al. (2010) Cuttlefish dynamic camouflage: responses to substrate choice and integration of multiple visual cues. Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences 1684:1031-1039

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