Pamela Yeh

Associate Professor

email: pamelayeh@ucla.edu
phone: 5-7441
office: Life Sciences 4227
website



Recent Courses


Research Interests


Selected Publications

E. Tekin, C. White, T. Kang, N. Singh, M. Cruz-Loya, R. Damoiseaux, V. Savage, and P. Yeh, "Prevalence and patterns of higher-order drug interactions in Escherichia coli", npj Nature Systems Biology and Applications, 4 : 31- (2018) .

D. Chung, E. Ferree, D. Simon, and P. Yeh, "Patterns of bird-bacteria associations", EcoHealth, 15 : 627-641 (2018) .

J. Pruitt, A. Berdahl, C. Riehl, N. Pinter-Wollman, H. Moeller, E. Pringle, L. Aplin, E. Robinson, J. Grilli, P. Yeh, V. Savage, M. Price, J. Garland, I. Gilby, G. Doering, and E. Hobson., "Social tipping points in animal societies", Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 285 : 20181282- (2018) .

E. Tekin, V. Savage, and P. Yeh, "Measuring higher-order drug interactions: a
review of recent approaches", Current Opinion in Systems Biology, 4 : 16-23 (2017) .

N. Singh, M. Sit, M. Schutte, G. Chan, J. Aldana, D. Cervantes, C. Himmelstein, and P. Yeh, "A systematic review of differential rate of use of the word "evolve" across fields", Peer J, 5 : e3639- (2017) .

P. Yeh, D. Simon, J. Millar, F. Alexander, and D. Franklin, "A diversity of antibiotic-resistant Staphylococcus spp. in a public transportation system", Public Health and Research
Perspectives, 2 : 202-209 (2011) .

K. Bush, et al., "Tackling Antibiotic Resistance", Nature Reviews Microbiology, 9 : 894-896 (2011) .

P. Yeh, M. Hegreness, A. Aiden, and R. Kishony, "Drug interactions and the
evolution of antibiotic resistance", Nature Reviews Microbiology, 7 : 460-466 (2009) .

J.-B. Michel*, P. Yeh*, R. Chait, R. Moellering, and R. Kishony (* authors contributed equally), "Drug interactions
modulate the potential for evolution of resistance", Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 105 : 14918-14923 (2008) .

T. Price, P. Yeh, and B. Harr, "Phenotypic plasticity and the evolution of a
socially selected trait following colonization of a novel environment", American Naturalist, 172 : S49-S62 (2008) .