Anna Green
Anna Gustafson Green, PhD
Research Fellow in Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School
Mentor: Maha Farhat, MD, MSc

Anna Green is a computational biologist who loves to think about the evolution of bacterial genomes. She did her PhD in Debora Mark's lab, where she studied the evolution and specificity of protein interactions, and developed methods to detect interactions from genomic sequences. Anna is working to integrate techniques for phenotype prediction for protein and genome sequences, and applying these methods to understand the evolution and pathology of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

The EVcouplings Python framework for coevolutionary sequence analysis.
Authors: Hopf TA, Green AG, Schubert B, Mersmann S, Schärfe CPI, Ingraham JB, Toth-Petroczy A, Brock K, Riesselman AJ, Palmedo P, Kang C, Sheridan R, Draizen EJ, Dallago C, Sander C, Marks DS.
Bioinformatics
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Structure of the peptidoglycan polymerase RodA resolved by evolutionary coupling analysis.
Authors: Sjodt M, Brock K, Dobihal G, Rohs PDA, Green AG, Hopf TA, Meeske AJ, Srisuknimit V, Kahne D, Walker S, Marks DS, Bernhardt TG, Rudner DZ, Kruse AC.
Nature
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Core Genes Evolve Rapidly in the Long-term Evolution Experiment with Escherichia coli.
Authors: Maddamsetti R, Hatcher PJ, Green AG, Williams BL, Marks DS, Lenski RE.
Genome Biol Evol
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Genomic Epidemiology of Gonococcal Resistance to Extended-Spectrum Cephalosporins, Macrolides, and Fluoroquinolones in the United States, 2000-2013.
Authors: Grad YH, Harris SR, Kirkcaldy RD, Green AG, Marks DS, Bentley SD, Trees D, Lipsitch M.
J Infect Dis
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Antiparallel protocadherin homodimers use distinct affinity- and specificity-mediating regions in cadherin repeats 1-4.
Authors: Nicoludis JM, Vogt BE, Green AG, Schärfe CP, Marks DS, Gaudet R.
Elife
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Sequence co-evolution gives 3D contacts and structures of protein complexes.
Authors: Hopf TA, Schärfe CP, Rodrigues JP, Green AG, Kohlbacher O, Sander C, Bonvin AM, Marks DS.
Elife
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Reconstructed ancestral Myo-inositol-3-phosphate synthases indicate that ancestors of the Thermococcales and Thermotoga species were more thermophilic than their descendants.
Authors: Butzin NC, Lapierre P, Green AG, Swithers KS, Gogarten JP, Noll KM.
PLoS One
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Reassessment of the lineage fusion hypothesis for the origin of double membrane bacteria.
Authors: Swithers KS, Fournier GP, Green AG, Gogarten JP, Lapierre P.
PLoS One
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