David Peris Navarro

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Dr. Peris has a Ph.D. in Biotechnology (University of Valencia, 2012). David Peris has expertise in comparative genomics, fungal evolution, highthroughput microbial phenotyping, bioinformatics and biotechnological applications. Since 2021, he is Principal Investigator at University of Oslo (Norway) and Senior Researcher at Valencian International University (VIU, Spain). Dr. Peris is studying mechanisms of speciation and adaptation in mushroom-like organisms and yeasts. His group implements bioinformatics tools to study evolution and adaptation of fungi, develops new molecular methods for generating new strains with applications in the production of healthy, safe and sustainable food products. He is supervisor of 2 PhD. 

 

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Tags: Fungi, Yeasts, Trichaptum abietinum, Bioinformatics, Comparative genomics, Biodiversity, Population genomics, Food biotechnology

Publications

1. Peris D , Alexander WG, Fisher KJ, Moriarty RV, Basuino MG, Ubbelohde EJ, Wrobel RL, Hittinger CT (2020). Synthetic hybrids of six species. Nature Communications 11 (1): 2085.

2. Langdon QK, Peris D , Baker ECP, Opulente DA, Nguyen HV, Bond U, Gonçalves P, Sampaio JP, Libkind D, Hittinger CT (2019). Fermentation innovation through complex hybridization of wild and domesticated yeasts. Nature Ecology and Evolution 3 (11): 1576-1586.

3. Li XC, Peris D , Hittinger CT, Sia Elaine A, Fay JC (2019). Mitochondria-encoded genes contribute to the evolution of heat and cold tolerance among Saccharomyces species. Science Advances 5 (1): eaav1848

4. Baker EC, Peris D , Moriarty RV, Li XC, Fay JC, Hittinger CT (2019). Mitochondrial DNA and thermal adaptation in industrial and synthetic lager-brewing yeast hybrids. Science Advances 5 (1): eaav1869.

5. Peris D (corresponsal), Pérez-Torrado R, Hittinger CT, Barrio E, Querol A (2014). On the origins and industrial applications of Saccharomyces cerevisiae x Saccharomyces kudriavzevii hybrids. Yeast 35 (1): 51-69.

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  • Peris, David; Lu, Dabao Sun; Kinneberg, Vilde Bruhn; Methlie, Ine-Susanne Hopland; Dahl, Malin Stapnes & James, Timothy Y. [Show all 8 contributors for this article] (2021). Northern hemisphere fungal specimens unravel dynamic and polymorphic nature of mating loci.
  • Peris, David; Alexander, William G; Fisher, Kaitlin; Moriarty, Ryan Victoria; Basuino, Mira G & Ubbelohde, Emily J [Show all 12 contributors for this article] (2020). Combining and improving phenotypic traits through the generation of synthetic two- and six-species yeast hybrids.
  • Dabao Sun, Lu; Kauserud, Håvard; Maurice, Sundy; Peris, David; Ravinet, Mark & Sønstebø, Jørn Henrik [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2020). Population genomics of Trichaptum abietinum – a window into fungal speciation.
  • Peris, David; Alexander, William G; Fisher, Kaitlin; Moriarty, Ryan Victoria; Basuino, Mira G & Ubbelohde, Emily J [Show all 8 contributors for this article] (2020). Synthetic hybrids of six yeast species.

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