Benjamin Ridenhour
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Benjamin Ridenhour


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I am interested in the evolution of interactions of species within communities, and in particular the host-pathogen or host-parasite interactions that lead to disease states. My research relies on biomathematical and biostatistical approaches. Recently, the focus of my research has been more on microbial community dynamics and diseases that lead to dysbiotic relationships (e.g. bacterial vaginosis or inflammatory bowel disease).

Ecology Epidemiology Evolutionary Studies Infectious Diseases Mathematical Biology Microbiology Public Health Statistics

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Asst. Res. Prof.

University of Idaho
June 2014
Biological Sciences


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