YUKO ULRICH

I am interested in the regulation of labor and reproduction in animal societies, with a focus on the interplay between social organization and immune function. I received my M.S. from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, where I worked on the sociogenetics of halictine bees. I then did a Ph.D. at ETH Zurich, where I investigated the evolutionary ecology of multiple infections and disease transmission in a trypanosome-bumblebee system.

The National Chemistry
Conference 
01.10.2023
Organic Chemistry
Seminar
03.21.2023

UPCOMING EVENTS

Chemical Crystallography Symposium 2023
04.15.2023 

MY LATEST RESEARCH

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The Lab of

Experimental Epidemiology