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Dr Jan Schmid Dipl. Biol., Dr. rer. nat.

Senior Lecturer

Institute of Fundamental Sciences

I am a molecular microbiologist with a wide range of interests and skills in the area of microbe-host interaction, including genomics, bioinformatics, molecular microbiology, molecular biology, epidemiology, development and application of DNA typing methods, proteomics, population genetics and evolution.

Ongoing research projects are:

  • Assessing the extent of co-colonization of humans by multiple strains of the yeast Candida albicans
  • Defining the roles of protein-coding DNA tandem repeats in short-term adaptation and long-term mutational advance of fungi and eukaryotes in general
  • Defining the impact of the presence of the fungal endophyte N. lolii on the  microbiome of its grass host
  • Monitoring coadaptation of symbionts in novel N. lolii/ryegrass associations to identify key genes and processes involved in their interaction
  • Assessing the role of phosphonates in N. lolii- mediated fitness enhancement of ryegrass

See also my profile at Google Citations.

I am part of the team that delivers the BSc Microbiology and a member of the executive of the New Zealand Microbiological Society.

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Professional

Qualifications

  • Diploma in Biology - University of Hannover, Germany (1981)
  • Dr. rer. nat. - University of Hannover (1985)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

  • Molecular biology, epidemiology and population biology of pathogenic microbe-host interactions (Candida albicans, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa)
  • Molecular biology, epidemiology and population biology of mutualistic microbe-host interactions (Neotyphodium endophytes)
  • The pros and cons of fungal sex
  • The role of tandem DNA repeats in protein evolution

Thematics

Health and Well-being, Future Food Systems

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Biological Sciences (060000): Evolutionary Biology (060300): Gene Expression (incl. Microarray and other genome-wide approaches) (060405): Genetics (060400): Genomics (060408): Host-Parasite Interactions (060307): Infectious Agents (060502):
Medical And Health Sciences (110000):
Microbial Genetics (060503): Microbiology (060500): Mycology (060505): Plant Biology (060700): Population, Ecological and Evolutionary Genetics (060411)

Keywords

Molecular microbiology, Molecular biology, Genetics, Genomics, Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Evolutionary biology, DNA typing method development and evaluation, Molecular diagnostics, Microbial pathogens, Microbe-host interactions, Candida albicans, Fungal endophytes of grasses.

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 0 12

Completed Projects

Project Title: New molecular biosecurity management tools for fungal plant pathogens

Fungi belonging to the genus Colletotrichum (also referred to as Glomerella) are among the top 10 economically important plant pathogens worldwide. They pose dangers to a broad range of economically important plant species such as coffee, tomato, sorghum, banana, strawberry and alfalfa. Colletotrichum species differ dramatically in host ranges and pathogenicity. Often species of very different host ranges and different pathogenicity are closely related and cannot be distinguished with commonly used genetic markers. This makes it difficult to manage the biosecurity risk posed by these fungi. In a collaboration with Landcare, we are identifying rapidly evolving protein-coding DNA repeats which can distinguish closely relates species. Several promising candidates are about to be tested. There is reason to believe that Colletotrichum fungi use high mutation rates of repeat-containing genes to adapt to new hosts. A follow-up project funded by Landcare will investigate the role of the repeat-containing genes in pathogenicity. Through providing accurate markers for species identification and elucidating the role of repeat-containing genes as determinants of pathogenesis/host range this project contributes to improved management of biosecurity risks in New Zealand. The underlying concepts developed in Colletotrichum will also be applicable to other pathogens.
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Date Range: 2013 - 2013

Funding Body: Massey University

Project Team:

Project Title: Finding hypermutable Virulence genes in Candida albicans

The yeast Candida albicans is a common organism in the human gastrointestinal tract, a commensal colonizer that is neither beneficial nor detrimental to health. But C. albicans is also the most important fungal pathogen of humans. Bloodstream infection with this yeast (candidemia), often lethal, are becoming an increasing problem in immunocompromised hospital patients. The high mortality associated with candidemia is caused by difficulties in diagnosing the disease and in a very limited repertoire of antifungal drugs. To address both of these problems we have investigated the thousands of hypermutable DNA repeat-containing genes in the C. albicans genome. We have shown that some of these genes can serve as molecular markers for predicting the likelihood that the patient will die of the disease1. More recently we have found evidence that mutations in some of these hypermutable genes are associated with the transition of C. albicans from commensal to pathogen. This suggest that these genes could be new targets for antifungal therapy. Blocking their function might prevent candidemia. More importantly, changes in these genes could provide much needed molecular markers for early diagnosis of the onset of candidemia, which could save thousands of lives each year.
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Date Range: 2012 - 2012

Funding Body: Massey University

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Project Title: Function of DNA repeats in Candida

The yeast Candida albicans is a common organism in the human gastrointestinal tract, a commensal colonizer that is neither beneficial nor detrimental to health. But C. albicans is also the most important fungal pathogen of humans. Bloodstream infection with this yeast (candidemia), often lethal, are becoming an increasing problem in immunocompromised hospital patients. The high mortality associated with candidemia is caused by difficulties in diagnosing the disease and in a very limited repertoire of antifungal drugs. To address both of these problems we have investigated the thousands of hypermutable DNA repeat-containing genes in the C. albicans genome. We have shown that some of these genes can serve as molecular markers for predicting the likelihood that the patient will die of the disease1. More recently we have found evidence that mutations in some of these hypermutable genes are associated with the transition of C. albicans from commensal to pathogen. This suggest that these genes could be new targets for antifungal therapy. Blocking their function might prevent candidemia. More importantly, changes in these genes could provide much needed molecular markers for early diagnosis of the onset of candidemia, which could save thousands of lives each year.
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Date Range: 2012 - 2014

Funding Body: Massey University

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Project Title: Candia Contingency genes

The yeast Candida albicans is a common organism in the human gastrointestinal tract, a commensal colonizer that is neither beneficial nor detrimental to health. But C. albicans is also the most important fungal pathogen of humans. Bloodstream infection with this yeast (candidemia), often lethal, are becoming an increasing problem in immunocompromised hospital patients. The high mortality associated with candidemia is caused by difficulties in diagnosing the disease and in a very limited repertoire of antifungal drugs. To address both of these problems we have investigated the thousands of hypermutable DNA repeat-containing genes in the C. albicans genome. We have shown that some of these genes can serve as molecular markers for predicting the likelihood that the patient will die of the disease1. More recently we have found evidence that mutations in some of these hypermutable genes are associated with the transition of C. albicans from commensal to pathogen. This suggest that these genes could be new targets for antifungal therapy. Blocking their function might prevent candidemia. More importantly, changes in these genes could provide much needed molecular markers for early diagnosis of the onset of candidemia, which could save thousands of lives each year.
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Date Range: 2007 - 2008

Funding Body: Massey University

Project Team:

  • Dr Jan Schmid - Project Leader
  • Dr Mark Patchett - Team Member
  • Dr Barbara Holland - Team Member

Project Title: Candida albicans: Survival without sex

Date Range: 2007 - 2011

Funding Body: Royal Society of New Zealand

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Research Outputs

Journal

Zhou, Z., Jordens, Z., Zhang, S., Zhang, N., & Schmid, J. (2017). Highly mutable tandem DNA repeats generate a cell wall protein variant more frequent in disease-causing Candida albicans isolates than in commensal isolates. PLoS ONE. 12(6)
[Journal article]Authored by: Jordens, J., Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Day, R., Zhang, N., Dupont, PY., Cox, MP., Schardl, CL., . . . Zhou, Y. (2017). Host tissue environment directs activities of an Epichloë Endophyte, while it induces systemic hormone and defense responses in its native perennial ryegrass host. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 30(2), 138-149
[Journal article]Authored by: Cox, M., Dupont, P., Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Magee, PT., Holland, BR., Zhang, N., Cannon, RD., & Magee, BB. (2016). Last hope for the doomed? Thoughts on the importance of a parasexual cycle for the yeast Candida albicans. Current Genetics. 62(1), 81-85
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Dupont, PY., Eaton, CJ., Wargent, JJ., Fechtner, S., Solomon, P., Schmid, J., . . . Cox, MP. (2015). Fungal endophyte infection of ryegrass reprograms host metabolism and alters development. New Phytologist. 208(4), 1227-1240
[Journal article]Authored by: Cox, M., Dupont, P., Eaton, C., Schmid, J., Scott, D., Wargent, J.
Zhang, N., Magee, BB., Magee, PT., Holland, BR., Rodrigues, E., Holmes, AR., . . . Schmid, J. (2015). Selective advantages of a parasexual cycle for the yeast Candida albicans. Genetics. 200(4), 1117-1132
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhou, Y., Bradshaw, RE., Johnson, RD., Hume, DE., Simpson, WR., & Schmid, J. (2014). Detection and quantification of three distinct Neotyphodium lolii endophytes in Lolium perenne by real time PCR of secondary metabolite genes. Fungal Biology. 118(3), 316-324
[Journal article]Authored by: Bradshaw, R., Schmid, J.
Cox, MP., Holland, BR., Wilkins, MC., & Schmid, J. (2013). Reconstructing past changes in locus-specific recombination rates. BMC Genetics. 14
[Journal article]Authored by: Cox, M., Schmid, J.
Schardl, CL., Young, CA., Hesse, U., Amyotte, SG., Andreeva, K., Calie, PJ., . . . Zeng, Z. (2013). Plant-Symbiotic Fungi as Chemical Engineers: Multi-Genome Analysis of the Clavicipitaceae Reveals Dynamics of Alkaloid Loci. PLoS Genetics. 9(2)
[Journal article]Authored by: Cox, M., Schmid, J., Scott, D.
Simpson, WR., Schmid, J., Singh, J., Faville, MJ., & Johnson, RD. (2012). A morphological change in the fungal symbiont Neotyphodium lolii induces dwarfing in its host plant Lolium perenne. Fungal Biology. 116(2), 234-240
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Hume, DE., Schmid, J., Rolston, MP., Vijayan, P., & Hickey, MJ. (2011). Effect of climatic conditions on endophyte and seed viability in stored ryegrass seed. Seed Science and Technology. 39(2), 481-489
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Zhang, S., Borchert, S., Richardson, K., & Schmid, J. (2011). High levels of a fungal superoxide dismutase and increased concentration of a PR-10 plant protein in associations between the endophytic fungus Neotyphodium lolii and ryegrass. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 24(8), 984-992
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Tortorano, AM., Jones, G., Lazzarini, C., Zhang, N., Bendall, MJ., . . . Zerva, L. (2011). Increased mortality in young candidemia patients associated with presence of a Candida albicans general-purpose genotype. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 49(9), 3250-3256
[Journal article]Authored by: Jones, G., Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Palmer, JS., Flint, SH., Schmid, J., & Brooks, JD. (2010). The role of surface charge and hydrophobicity in the attachment of Anoxybacillus flavithermus isolated from milk powder. Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology. 37(11), 1111-1119
[Journal article]Authored by: Flint, S., Palmer, J., Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Cannon, RD., Holland, BR., Patchett, ML., & Schmid, J. (2010). Impact of genetic background on allele selection in a highly mutable Candida albicans gene, PNG2. PLoS ONE. 5(3)
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Upritchard, JE., Holland, BR., Fenton, LE., Ferguson, MM., Cannon, RD., . . . Schmid, J. (2009). Distribution of mutations distinguishing the most prevalent disease-causing Candida albicans genotype from other genotypes. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 9(4), 493-500
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Ling, LJ., Leung, JLS., Zhang, N., Kolbe, J., Wesley, AW., . . . Grimwood, K. (2008). Pseudomonas aeruginosa transmission is infrequent in New Zealand cystic fibrosis clinics. European Respiratory Journal. 32(6), 1583-1590
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Freitag, T., Squires, RA., & Schmid, J. (2008). Naturally occurring bacteriophages lyse a large proportion of canine and feline uropathogenic Escherichia coli isolates in vitro. Research in Veterinary Science. 85(1), 1-7
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Scott, AJ., Litwin, GI., & Schmid, J. (2006). Scholarship languages: Has NCEA made a difference?. New Zealand Language Teacher. 32(November 2006), 10-15 Retrieved from http://www.nzalt.org.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Scott, V., Al-Samarrai, TH., Tan, YY., Spiering, MJ., McMillan, LK., . . . Schmid, J. (2006). Transformation of the ryegrass endophyte Neotyphodium lolii can alter its in planta mycelial morphology. Mycological Research. 110(5), 601-611
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Scott, D., Zhang, N.
Spiering, MJ., Greer, DH., & Schmid, J. (2006). Effects of the fungal endophyte, Neotyphodium lolii, on net photosynthesis and growth rates of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) are independent of in planta endophyte concentration. Annals of Botany. 98(2), 379-387
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Holmes, AR., Tsao, S., Ong, SW., Lamping, E., Niimi, K., Monk, BC., . . . Cannon, RD. (2006). Heterozygosity and functional allelic variation in the Candida albicans efflux pump genes CDR1 and CDR2. Molecular Microbiology. 62(1), 170-186
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Freitag, T., Squires, RA., Schmid, J., Elliott, J., & Rycroft, AN. (2006). Antibiotic sensitivity profiles do not reliably distinguish relapsing or persisting infections from reinfections in cats with chronic renal failure and multiple diagnoses of Escherichia coli urinary tract infection. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 20(2), 245-249
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Holland, BR., & Schmid, J. (2005). Selecting representative model micro-organisms. BMC Microbiology. 5
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Edelmann, A., Krüger, M., & Schmid, J. (2005). Genetic relationship between human and animal isolates of Candida albicans. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 43(12), 6164-6166
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Freitag, T., Squires, RA., Schmid, J., & Elliott, J. (2005). Feline uropathogenic Escherichia coli from Great Britain and New Zealand have dissimilar virulence factor genotypes. Veterinary Microbiology. 106(1-2), 79-86
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Spiering, MJ., Lane, GA., Christensen, MJ., & Schmid, J. (2005). Distribution of the fungal endophyte Neotyphodium lolii is not a major determinant of the distribution of fungal alkaloids in Lolium perenne plants. Phytochemistry. 66(2), 195-202
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Cannon, RD., & Holland, B. (2004). A futile act? Thoughts on the reproductive biology of Candida albicans. Mycologist. 18(4), 158-163
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Harrex, AL., Holland, BR., Fenton, L., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2003). Sixty alleles of the ALS7 open reading frame in Candida albicans: ALS7 is a hypermutable contingency locus. Genome Research. 13(9), 2005-2017
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Harrex, AL., Holland, BR., Fenton, LE., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2003). Sixty alleles of the ALS7 open reading frame in Candida albicans: ALS7 is a hypermutable contingency locus. Genome Research. 13(9), 2005-2017
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Spiering, MJ., Davies, E., Tapper, BA., Schmid, J., & Lane, GA. (2002). Simplified extraction of ergovaline and peramine for analysis of tissue distribution in endophyte-infected grass tillers. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 50(21), 5856-5862
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Christensen, MJ., Bennett, RJ., & Schmid, J. (2002). Growth of Epichloë/Neotyphodium and p-endophytes in leaves of Lolium and Festuca grasses. Mycological Research. 106(1), 93-106
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Tan, YY., Spiering, MJ., Scott, V., Lane, GA., Christensen, MJ., & Schmid, J. (2001). In Planta Regulation of Extension of an Endophytic Fungus and Maintenance of High Metabolic Rates in Its Mycelium in the Absence of Apical Extension. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 67(12), 5377-5383
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Giblin, L., Edelmann, A., Zhang, N., Von Maltzahn, NB., Cleland, SB., Sullivan, PA., . . . Schmid, J. (2001). A DNA polymorphism specific to Candida albicans strains exceptionally successful as human pathogens. Gene. 272(1-2), 157-164
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Christensen, MJ., Bennett, RJ., & Schmid, J. (2001). Vascular bundle colonisation by Neotyphodium endophytes in natural and novel associations with grasses. MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH. 105, 1239-1245
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Al-Samarrai, TH., Zhang, N., Lamont, IL., Martin, L., Kolbe, J., Wilsher, M., . . . Schmid, J. (2000). Simple and inexpensive but highly discriminating method for computer-assisted dna fingerprinting of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 38(12), 4445-4452
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Al-Samarrai, TH., & Schmid, J. (2000). A simple method for extraction of fungal genomic DNA. Letters in Applied Microbiology. 30(1), 53-56
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Herd, S., Hunter, PR., Cannon, RD., Yasin, MS., Samad, S., . . . Singh, KP. (1999). Evidence for a general-purpose genotype in Candida albicans, highly prevalent in multiple geographical regions, patient types and types of infection.. Microbiology (Reading, England). 145
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Herd, S., Hunter, PR., Cannon, RD., Yasin, MSM., Samad, S., . . . Singh, KP. (1999). Evidence far a general-purpose genotype in Candida albicans, highly prevalent in multiple geographical regions, patient types and types of infection. Microbiology. 145(9), 2405-2413
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Campbell, S., Fraser, A., Holliss, B., Schmid, J., & O'Toole, PW. (1997). Evidence for ethnic tropism of Helicobacter pylori. Infection and Immunity. 65(9), 3708-3712
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Herd, S., Christensen, MJ., Saunders, K., Scott, DB., & Schmid, J. (1997). Quantitative assessment of in planta distribution of metabolic activity and gene expression of an endophytic fungus. Microbiology. 143(1), 267-275
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J., Scott, D.
Schmid, J., Hunter, PR., White, GC., Nand, AK., & Cannon, RD. (1995). Physiological traits associated with success of Candida albicans strains as commensal colonizers and pathogens. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 33(11), 2920-2926
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Yang, PT., Wan, L., Carr, M., Parr, D., & McKinney, W. (1995). Evidence for nosocomial transmission of Candida albicans obtained by Ca3 fingerprinting. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 33(5), 1223-1230
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Rotman, M., Reed, B., Pierson, CL., & Soll, DR. (1993). Genetic similarity of Candida albicans strains from vaginitis patients and their partners. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 31(1), 39-46
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Hellstein, J., Vawter-Hugart, H., Fotos, P., Schmid, J., & Soll, DR. (1993). Genetic similarity and phenotypic diversity of commensal and pathogenic strains of Candida albicans isolated from the oral cavity. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 31(12), 3190-3199
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Anderson, J., Srikantha, T., Morrow, B., Miyasaki, SH., White, TC., Agabian, N., . . . Soll, DR. (1993). Characterization and partial nucleotide sequence of the DNA fingerprinting probe Ca3 of Candida albicans. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 31(6), 1472-1480
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Odds, FC., Wiselka, MJ., Nicholson, KG., & Soll, DR. (1992). Genetic similarity and maintenance of Candida albicans strains from a group of AIDS patients, demonstrated by DNA fingerprinting. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 30(4), 935-941
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Soll, DR., Galask, R., Schmid, J., Hanna, C., Mac, K., & Morrow, B. (1991). Genetic dissimilarity of commensal strains of Candida spp. carried in different anatomical locations of the same healthy women. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 29(8), 1702-1710
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Voss, E., & Soll, DR. (1990). Computer-assisted methods for assessing strain relatedness in Candida albicans by fingerprinting with the moderately repetitive sequence Ca3. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 28(6), 1236-1243
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., & Auling, G. (1989). Alterations of the Membrane Composition Induced by Manganese Depletion are Late Events in the Nucleotide Fermentation with Brevibacterium Ammoniagenes ATCC 6782. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry. 53(7), 1783-1788
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., & Auling, G. (1989). Alterations of the membrane composition induced by manganese depletion are late events in the nucleotide fermentation with brevibacterium ammoniagenes atcc 6872. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry. 53(7), 1783-1788
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Soll, DR., Galask, R., Isley, S., Rao, TVG., Stone, D., Hicks, J., . . . Hanna, C. (1989). Switching of Candida albicans during successive episodes of recurrent vaginitis. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 27(4), 681-690
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
TAKEUCHI, Y., SCHMID, J., CALDWELL, JH., & HAROLD, FM. (1988). TRANS-CELLULAR ION CURRENTS AND EXTENSION OF NEUROSPORA-CRASSA HYPHAE. JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY. 101(1), 33-41
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., & Harold, FM. (1988). Dual roles for calcium ions in apical growth of Neurospora crassa. Journal of General Microbiology. 134(9), 2623-2631
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
HOCKERTZ, S., SCHMID, J., & AULING, G. (1987). A SPECIFIC TRANSPORT-SYSTEM FOR MANGANESE IN THE FILAMENTOUS FUNGUS ASPERGILLUS-NIGER. JOURNAL OF GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY. 133, 3513-3519
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., & Auling, G. (1987). Manganese transport in Brevibacterium ammoniagenes ATCC 6872. Journal of Bacteriology. 169(7), 3385-3387
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.
SCHMID, J., KORTENHAUS, S., DIEKMANN, H., & AULING, G. (1983). CHANGE OF THE MEMBRANE OF BREVIBACTERIUM-AMMONIAGENES AS A FUNCTION OF THE MANGANESE SUPPLY. HOPPE-SEYLERS ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PHYSIOLOGISCHE CHEMIE. 364(9), 1210-1211
[Journal article]Authored by: Schmid, J.

Book

Schmid, J., Spiering, MJ., & Christensen, MJ. (2000). Metabolic activity, distribution and propagation of grass endophytes in planta: Investigations using the GUS reporter gene system. In CW. Bacon, JF. White, & J. Eds (Eds.) Microbial Endophytes. (pp. 295 - 322). New York, NY: Marcel Dekker
[Chapter]Authored by: Schmid, J.

Conference

Dupont, P-Y., Eaton, C., Wargent, J., Fechtner, S., Solomon, P., Schmid, J., . . . Cox, M. (2015). Epichloë endophytes: a powerful model system for determining genomic responses to genome merger. Poster session presented at the meeting of 28th Fungal Genetics Conference, Pacific Grove, California
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Cox, M., Dupont, P., Schmid, J., Wargent, J.
Dupont, P., Eaton, CJ., Wargent, J., Fechtner, S., Solomon, P., Schmid, J., . . . Cox, MP. (2015, March). Insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying grass-endophyte symbiosis. Presented at Plant-fungal interaction symposium
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Cox, M., Dupont, P., Eaton, C., Schmid, J., Scott, D., Wargent, J.
Dupont, P., Eaton, CJ., Wargent, J., Fechtner, S., Solomon, P., Schmid, J., . . . Cox, MP.(2015, March). Insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying grass-endophyte symbiosis. .
[Conference]Authored by: Cox, M., Dupont, P., Eaton, C., Schmid, J., Scott, D., Wargent, J.
Schmid, J. (2015, August). Interplay of Epichloe festucae var. lolii and its host Lolium perenne as assessed by tissue- specific transcriptome analysis. Presented at 2015 NGS Conference(/). Palmerston North.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Dupont, PY., Eaton, C., Wargent, J., Fechtner, S., Solomon, P., Schmid, J., . . . Cox, M. (2015). Endophyte infection of ryegrass alters metabolism development and response to stress. Poster session presented at the meeting of 28th Fungal Genetics Conference. California, United States of America
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Cox, M., Dupont, P., Eaton, C., Schmid, J., Scott, D., Wargent, J.
Dupont, P., Eaton, CJ., Wargent, JJ., Fechtner, S., Solomon, P., Schmid, J., . . . Cox, MP. (2014, August). Endophyte infection of ryegrass alters metabolism, development and response to stress. Presented at Queenstown Molecular Biology Meeting (Plant and Main meetings)
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Cox, M., Dupont, P., Eaton, C., Schmid, J., Scott, D., Wargent, J.
Schmid, J., Zhang, N., & Stanton, J-AL. (2014). In silico predictions of biological roles of hypermutability of protein-coding tandem repeats in Candida albicans. Poster session presented at the meeting of The 10th International Mycological Congress (IMC10). Bangkok, Thailand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Day, R., Zhang, N., Cox, M., Dupont, P-Y., & Truglio, M. (2014, August). Tissue-specific interactions between the transcriptomes of the fungal endophyte Neotyphodium lolii and its perennial ryegrass host. Presented at The 10th International Mycological Congress (IMC10). Bangkok, Thailand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Cox, M., Dupont, P., Schmid, J.
Razzaq, A., Wheeler, D., Zhang, N., & Schmid, J. (2014, August). Protein-coding DNA repeats: A major driver of fungal proteome evolution?. Presented at The 10th International Mycological Congress (IMC10). Bangkok, Thailand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2014, April). De novo transcript assembly in a symbiosis: Assigning genes to symbionts. Presented at Otago Genomics 2014. Otago, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2013, July). Biological roles of protein-coding DNA tandem repeats in host- fungal interactions. Presented at BIT's 3rd Annual World Congress of Microbes-2013. Wuhan, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.Edited by: Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Razzaq, A., Zhang, N., & Wheeler, D. (2013, November). Protein-coding DNA repeats: A major driver of eukaryote proteome evolution?. Presented at Australasian Yeast Group and the New Zealand Microbiological Society (NZMS) Eukaryotic Special Interest Group. Massey University, Auckland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Day, R., Zhang, N., Zhou, Y., Bradshaw, R., Byrne, S., . . . Asp, T. (2013, August). Tissue- specific transcriptomics of Neotyphodium lolii-infected perennial ryegrass. Presented at Asian Mycological Congress 2013 and the 13th International Marine and Freshwater Mycology Symposia. Beijing, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Bradshaw, R., Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Zhang, N., Razzaq, A., & Wheeler, D. (2013, August). Bioinformatics approaches for exploring biological roles of protein-coding repetitive DNA in fungi. Presented at Asian Mycological Congress 2013 and the 13th International Marine and Freshwater Mycology Symposia. Beijing, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Zhang, N., Magee, BB., Magee, PT., Holland, BR., Rodrigues, E., . . . Cannon, RD. (2013, August). Benefits of sex for Candida albicans appear extremely limited. Presented at Asian Mycological Congress 2013 and the 13th International Marine and Freshwater Mycology Symposia. Beijing, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., & Zhang, N. (2012, November). Biological role of tandem repeats-containing ORFs in Candida albicans: some may be contingency genes.. Presented at NZMS Annual Meeting. Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Wilkins, M., Zhang, N., Bradshaw, R., Cox, M., Cannon, R., . . . Schardl, C. (2012, June). Why do so many fungal open reading frames contain repeats?. Presented at The 18th Congress of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology. Berlin, Germany.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Bradshaw, R., Cox, M., Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J. (2012, November). Biological roles of tandem repeat-containing ORFs in Candida albicans: Some may be contingency genes. Presented at 57th Annual Scientific Meeting of the New Zealand Microbiological Society [NZMS 2012]. Dunedin, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., & Zhang, N. (2012). Identification of putative contingency genes in the pathogenic yeast Candida albicans. Poster session presented at the meeting of First Infectious Disease Research Centre [IDReC] Symposium. Palmerston North, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Wilkins, M., Zhang, N., Bradshaw, R., Cox, M., Cannon, R., . . . Schardl, C. (2012). Why do so many fungal open reading frames contain repeats?. In Mycoses: diagnosis, therapy and prophylaxis of fungal diseases Vol. 55 (pp. 67 - 68). , 18th Congress of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology [ISHAM 2012]: From Laboratory to Clinic: Blackwell Verlag GmbH
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Bradshaw, R., Cox, M., Schmid, J., Wilkins, M., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J. (2012, June). Candida albicans hypermutable proteins: Virulence enhancers or evolutionary baggage?. Presented at Colloquium Molecular Cell Biology. Luebeck, Germany.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Wilkins, M., Zhang, N., Bradshaw, R., Cox, M., Cannon, R., . . . Schardl, C. (2012). Why do so many fungal open reading frames contain repeats?.
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Cox, M., Schmid, J., Wilkins, M., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Zhang, N., Magee, BB., Magee, PT., Holland, BR., & Cannon, RD. (2011). Sex has no obvious net benefit for clinical Candida albicans isolates. Poster session presented at the meeting of Annual Conference of the Society of Molecular Biology and Evolution [SMBE 2011]. Kyoto, Japan
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Magee, BB., Magee, PT., Holland, BR., Rodrigues, E., Holmes, AR., . . . Schmid, J. (2011, November). Sex has no obvious net benefit for Candida albicans. Presented at New Zealand Microbiological Society Conference 2011. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhou, Y., Schmid, J., Johnson, RD., Hume, DE., Simpson, WR., & Bradshaw, RE. (2011). The endophytic fungus Neotyphodium lolii can enhance biomass production of Lolium perenne in both water sufficient and drought stress conditions. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Microbiological Society. Palmerston North, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Bradshaw, R., Schmid, J.
Zhou, Y., Schmid, J., Johnson, RD., Hume, DE., Simpson, WR., & Bradshaw, RE. (2011, November). A PCR method for simultaneous quantitation of different Neotyphodium lolii endophyte strains in Lolium perenne. Presented at New Zealand Microbiological Society Conference 2011. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Bradshaw, R., Schmid, J.
Singh, J., Simpson, WR., Schmid, J., Faville, M., & Johnson, RD. (2011, November). The ability to dwarf ryegrass is wide-spread among New Zealand Neotyphodium lolii wild-type strains.. Presented at New Zealand Microbiological Society Conference 2011. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2011, November). Biological function of DNA repeats in fungal open reading frames. Presented at New Zealand Microbiological Society. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Jones, G., Lazzarini, C., Zhang, N., Wattimena, S., Cogliati, M., . . . Tortorano, A. (2010, November). Infection with a Candida albicans general-purpose genotype is associated with higher mortality in young patients. Presented at New Zealand Microbiological Society and New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Joint Meeting: Small things, big ideas. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schardl, C., Hesse, U., Arnaoudova, E., Jaromczyk, J., Farman, M., Schmid, J., . . . Roe, B. (2010, June). Overview of Epichloë festucae genomics. Presented at Joint Meeting of the Mycological Society of America and the International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. Lexington, KY, United States.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Scott, D.
Schmid, J. (2010, November). The optical map from hell of the genome from hell (or how an optical map did not complete the genome). Presented at Fungal Genomics Workshop. Massey University, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Hume, D., Schmid, J., Vijayan, P., & Hickey, M. (2010). Endophyte viability in stored seed declines at differing rates depending on local climatic conditions. Poster session presented at the meeting of Joint Meeting of the Mycological Society of America and the International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, United States
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Magee, B., Magee, P., Holland, B., Cannon, R., & Schmid, J. (2010). Sex has no obvious benefit for clinical Candida albicans isolates. Poster session presented at the meeting of IMC9 - The Biology of Fungi. Edinburgh, United Kingdom
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Zhang, N., Magee, B., Magee, P., Holland, B., & Cannon, R. (2010). Sex has no obvious net benefit for clinical Candida albicans isolates. Poster session presented at the meeting of Symposium on Fungal and Yeast Cell Biology. Massey University, Albany, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhou, Y., Schmid, J., Johnson, R., & Bradshaw, R. (2010). A PCR method for simultaneous quantitation of different Neotyphodium lolii endophyte strains in Lolium perenne. Poster session presented at the meeting of Symposium on Fungal and Yeast Cell Biology. Massey University, Albany, Auckland, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Bradshaw, R., Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Magee, B., Magee, P., Cannon, R., & Schmid, J. (2009, May). A method for mating clinical Candida albicans isolates. Presented at International Society for Human and Animal Mycology 2009 Scientific Symposia. Tokyo, Japan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Holland, B., Cannon, R., & Schmid, J. (2009, May). Distribution of mutations distinguishing the most prevalent disease-causing Candida albicans genotype from other genotypes. Presented at The 17th Congress of The International Society for Human and Animal Mycology. Tokyo, Japan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Zhang, N., Cannon, R., Holland, B., & Patchett, M. (2009). Impact of genetic background on allele section in the highly mutable Candida albicans PNG2. Poster session presented at the meeting of ComBio 2009. Christchurch, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Wattimena, SC., Patchett, ML., & Schmid, J. (2009). Clade specific-allele combination of Candida albicans contingency genes: HWP1 YWP1 andEAP1. Poster session presented at the meeting of ComBio. Christchurch, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Rodrigues, E., Yang, D., Zhang, N., Magee, BB., Magee, PT., Holmes, AR., . . . Cannon, RD. (2009). Mating of candida albicans in an in vivo model of oral colonisation. Poster session presented at the meeting of ComBio. Christchurch, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhou, Z., Zhang, N., Zhang, S., Jordens, JZ., & Schmid, J. (2009). SSR1: A hypermutable contingency gene in candida albicans. Poster session presented at the meeting of ComBio 2009. Christchurch, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Jordens, J., Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Magee, B., Magee, P., Holland, BR., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2009, December). Most clinical isolates of the pathogenic fungus candida albicans can mate and generate viable recombinants, as assessed usin a new two-marker selection system. Presented at ComBio 2009. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Holland, BR., & Wilkins, MC. (2009, December). Evaluation of a new method for assessing changes in the rate of sexual recombination over time. Presented at ComBio. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Wilkins, M.
Schmid, J. (2008, May). Limited evidence for transmission of pseudomonas aeruginosa in New Zealand cystic fibrosis clinics. Presented at NZIMLS NI Seminar. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2008, August). Implications of partitions in the global population structure of Canada albi cans revealed by subtyping. Presented at 12th International Congress of Bacteriology and Applied Microbiology. Istanbul, Turkey.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Bretagne, S., Zhang, N., Bendall, M., Desnos-Ollivier, M., Dromer, F., . . . Group, TYEASTS. (2008, March). Differences in mortality between patients infected with different Candida albicans genotypes. Presented at 9th American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Conference on Candida and Candidiasis. Jersey City, NJ, United States.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Magee, B., Magee, P., Richard, R., & Schmid, J. (2008). Development of a new marker system for efficient selection of sexual recombinants between clinical Candida albicans isolates. Poster session presented at the meeting of 9th American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Conference on Candida and Candidiasis. Jersey City, NJ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Palamountain, A., Fischer, M., Holland, BR., & Schmid, J. (2008). A new method for assessing changes in the rate of sexual recombination during the recent evolutionary history of Candida albicans. Poster session presented at the meeting of 9th American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Conference on Candida and Candidiasis. Jersey City, NJ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Simpson, WR., Schmid, J., & Johnson, RD. (2007). A high frequency change in a fungal symbiont (Neotyphodium lolii) results in a change in colony morphology and dwarfing of its grass host (Lolium perenne). Poster session presented at the meeting of Joint New Zealand Microbiological Society (NZMS)-New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NZSBMB) Annual Conference 2007. Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Palamountain, A., Fischer, M., Holland, BR., & Schmid, J. (2007). A new method for assessing changes in the rate of sexual recombination during the recent evolutionary history of Candida albicans. Poster session presented at the meeting of Joint New Zealand Microbiological Society (NZMS)-New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NZSBMB) Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Rodrigues, E., Upritchard, JE., Yang, D., Holmes, AR., Schmid, J., Perlin, DS., . . . Cannon, R. (2007, November). A new model for oral colonisation by Candida albicans. Presented at Joint New Zealand Microbiological Society (NZMS)-New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NZSBMB) Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Bretagne, S., Zhang, N., Bendall, M., Desnos-Ollivier, M., Dromer, F., . . . Group, YEASTS. (2007, November). Differences in mortality between patients infected with Candida albicans genotypes. Presented at Joint New Zealand Microbiological Society (NZMS)-New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NZSBMB) Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Ling, LJ., Leung, JL., Zhang, N., Kolbe, J., & Grimwood, K. (2007, November). Limited evidence for transmission of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in New Zealand cystic fibrosis clinics. Presented at Joint New Zealand Microbiological Society (NZMS)-New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NZSBMB) Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Holland, BR., Schardl, CL., & Schmid, J. (2007, November). Endophyte survival without sex. Presented at Joint New Zealand Microbiological Society (NZMS)-New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NZSBMB) Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Raftery, M., Richardson, K., Christensen, MJ., & Schmid, J. (2007, November). Neotyphodium lolii induces a limited host defence response by Lolium perenne. Presented at Joint New Zealand Microbiological Society (NZMS)-New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NZSBMB) Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Simpson, WR., Christensen, MJ., Johnson, RD., & Schmid, J. (2007). Spontaneous in planta changes in fungal endophytes impact symbiosis. Poster session presented at the meeting of 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. Christchurch, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Raftery, M., Richardson, K., Christensen, MJ., & Schmid, J. (2007). Neotyphodium lolii induces a limited host defence response by Lolium perenne. Poster session presented at the meeting of 6th International symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. Christchurch, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schardl, CL., Craven, KD., Schweri, KK., Hollin, W., Clement, SL., Schmid, J., . . . Phillips, TD. (2007, March). Endophytes of the tall fescue ploidy series in Europe, North Africa and the Mediterranean. Presented at 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Holland, BR., Schardl, CL., & Schmid, J. (2007). Endophyte survival without sex. Poster session presented at the meeting of 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. Christchurch, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Scott, AJ., Litwin, G., & Schmid, J. (2006, July). Scholarship and standard-based assessment: Working better than we thought. Presented at New Zealand Association of Language Teachers Biennial Conference: Briding Cultures, Reaching Heights. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Scott, AJ., Litwin, GI., & Schmid, J. (2006). Scholarship and standards-based assessment: Working better than we thought. In NZALT Language Teachers Biennial International Conference: Bridging Cultures, Reaching Heights: Conference Programme and Abstracts(pp. 55 - 56). , New Zealand Association of Language Teachers Biennial International Conference: Bridging Cultures, Reaching Heights New Zealand: New Zealand Association of Language Teachers
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schardl, CL., Craven, KD., Schweri, KK., Hollin, W., Clement, SL., Schmid, J., . . . Phillips, TD. (2007). Endophytes of the tall fescue ploidy series in Europe, North Africa and the Mediterranean. In AJ. Popay, & ER. Thom (Eds.) Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. (pp. 456).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Raftery, M., Richardson, K., Christensen, MJ., & Schmid, J. (2007). Neotyphodium lolii induces a limited host defence response by Lolium perenne. In AJ. Popay, & ER. Thom (Eds.) Proceedings of the 6th International symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. (pp. 199 - 202).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Simpson, WR., Christensen, MJ., Johnson, RD., & Schmid, J. (2007). Spontaneous in planta changes in fungal endophytes impact symbiosis. In AJ. Popay, & ER. Thom (Eds.) Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. (pp. 191 - 193).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Holland, BR., Schardl, CL., & Schmid, J. (2007). Endophyte survival without sex. In AJ. Popay, & ER. Thom (Eds.) Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. (pp. 151 - 154).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Scott, AJ., Litwin, GI., & Schmid, J. (2006). Scholarship languages: Has NCEA made a difference?. Proceedings of the New Zealand Association of Language Teachers Biennial Conference: Bridging Cultures, Reaching Heights. (pp. 80 - 91). New Zealand: The New Zealand Association of Language Teachers Biennial Conference: Bridging Cultures, Reaching Heights
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Cannon, RD., Tsao, S., Ong, S., Monk, BC., Holland, BR., Schmid, J., . . . Holmes, AR. (2006, June). Allelic variation in Candida albicans drug efflux pumps. Presented at 84th General Session and Exhibition of the International Association for Dental Research / 1st Meeting of the Pan-Asian-Pacific Federation. Brisbane, QLD.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Cannon, RD., Rodrigues, EM., Van der Wielen, PA., Zhang, N., Schmid, J., Dawes, PJ., . . . Holmes, AR. (2006, August). Oral adhesion of Candida albicans - a cellular and molecular view. Presented at 8th International Mycological Congress. Cairns, QLD, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J. (2006, March). Candida albicans PNG2 is a hypermutable gene. Presented at 8th ASM Conference on Candida and Candidiasis. Denver, CO, USA.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Harrex, AL., Holland, BR., Fenton, L., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2005, April). Finding Candida albicans virulence factors through DNA fingerprinting. Presented at World DNA and Genome Day. Dalian, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Liu, Z., Richardson, K., Christensen, MJ., & Schmid, J. (2005). Expression of a pathogenesis-related protein (PR-10) is part of the functional mutualistic symbiosis between Lolium perenne and Neotyphodium lolii. Poster session presented at the meeting of Joint Meeting of the 3 Divisions of the International Union of Microbiological Societies 2005. San Francisco, CA
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Holland, BR., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2005). Genomic markers associated with increased pathogenicity of Candida albicans. Poster session presented at the meeting of Joint Meeting of the 3 Divisions of the International Union of Microbiological Societies 2005. San Francisco, CA
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Zhang, N., Cannon, RD., Holland, BR., & Patchett, ML. (2005, November). Candida albicans ORF 19.6877 is a hypermutable gene. Presented at 2005 Joint Meeting of New Zealand Microbiological Society & New Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. University of Otago, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Schmid, J., Zhang, N., Liu, Z., Richardson, K., & Christensen, MJ. (2005, November). Expression of a pathogenesis-related protein (PR-10) is part of the functional mutualistic symbiosis between Lolium perenne and Neotyphodium lolii. Presented at Joint Meeting of the NZ Microbiological Society and the NZ Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2005. University of Otago, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2005, July). Comparison of DNA strain typing methods for Candida albicans including methods applicable in developing countries. Presented at Joint Meeting of the 3 Divisions of the International Union of Microbiological Societies 2005. San Francisco, CA.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Harrex, AL., Holland, BR., Fenton, L., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2004). Key features distinguishing more pathogenic, general-purpose genotype, strains from less pathogenic Candida albicans strains: A genomic comparison. Poster session presented at the meeting of American Society for Microbiology Conference: Candida and Candidiasis. Austin, TX
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Liu, Z., Christensen, MJ., Richardson, K., Harding, DR., & Schmid, J. (2004, November). Expression of a pathogen-related protein (PR-10) is part of the functional mutualistic symbiosis between Lolium perenne and Neotyphodium lolii. Presented at New Zealand Microbiological Society Annual Conference 2004: Microbes outside the square. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Harding, D., Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Harrex, AL., Holland, BR., Fenton, L., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2004). Genomic markers associated with increased pathogenicity of Candida albicans. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Microbiological Society Annual Conference 2004: Microbes outside the square. Palmerston North, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Liu, Z., Christensen, MJ., Richardson, K., Harding, DR., & Schmid, J. (2004). Proteomic analysis of ryegrass-endophyte interactions. (pp. 68). , 5th International Symposium on Neotyphodium/Grass Interactions Fayetteville, AR: University of Arkansas
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Harding, D., Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Freitag, T., Squires, RA., Schmid, J., & Elliott, J. (2004). Antibiotic sensitivity profiles underestimate the proportion of relapsing infections in cats with chronic renal failure and urinary tract infection. In Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine Vol. 18 (pp. 387 - 387). Philadelphia, PA: J.B. Lippincott
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Harrex, AL., Holland, BR., Fenton, L., Firth, NA., Cannon, RD., . . . Schmid, J. (2003, September). Putative Candida virulence genes from a genomic screen. Presented at MicroNZ 2003: Annual Scientific Meeting and Exhibition. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Liu, Z., Zhang, N., Chrstensen, J., Harding, DR., & Schmid, J. (2003, September). Proteomic analysis of ryegrass endophyte interactions. Presented at MicroNZ 2003: Annual Scientific Meeting and Exhibition. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Harding, D., Liu, Z., Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Harrex, AL., Holland, BR., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2002). Sixty-one alleles of the ALS7 open reading frame in sixty-six Candida albicans strains: ALS7 is a hypermutable contingency locus. Poster session presented at the meeting of 7th International Mycological Congress. Oslo, Norway
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Scott, V., Al Samarrai, TH., Tan, YY., Spiering, MJ., McMillan, L., . . . Schmid, J. (2002). Transformation of Neotyphodium lolii with plasmids containing a native promoter disturbs the symbiotic interaction with its host. Poster session presented at the meeting of The 7th International Mycological Congress. Oslo, Norway
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Schmid, J., Scott, D., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Harrex, AL., Holland, BR., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2002, January). Genomic markers of pathogenicity of Candida albicans. Presented at American Society for Microbiology Conference - Candida and Candidiasis (6th). Tampa, FL.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Cannon, RD., Harrex, AL., Zhang, N., Holland, BR., & Schmid, J. (2001, September). Allelic variation associated with virulence in Candida albicans. Presented at Euroconference on Fungal Virulence Factors and Diseases. Seefeld, Austria.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.
Zhang, N., Scott, VL., Al Samarrai, TH., Tan, YY., Spiering, MJ., McMillan, L., . . . Schmid, J. (2000). Transformation of Neotyphodium lolii with plasmids containing a native promoter disturbs the symbiotic interaction with its host. 4th International Neotyphodium/Grass Interactions Conference. (pp. 325 - 331). New York, NY
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Schmid, J., Scott, D., Zhang, N.
Herd, S., Christensen, MJ., Saunders, K., Scott, BB., & Schmid, J.(1997, May). Quantitative assessment of in planta distribution of metabolic activity and gene expression of Neotyphodium endophytes. NEOTYPHODIUM/GRASS INTERACTIONS. (pp. 57 - 60).
[Conference]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Tan, YY., Spiering, M., Christensen, MJ., Saunders, K., & Schmid, J.(1997, May). In planta metabolic state of Neotyphodium endophyte mycelium assessed through use of the gus reporter gene in combination with hyphal enumeration. NEOTYPHODIUM/GRASS INTERACTIONS. (pp. 85 - 87).
[Conference]Authored by: Schmid, J.

Other

Schmid, J. (2017, September). A tale of two clones: Insights into the interaction between Epichloë festucae var. lolii and Lolium perenne (mainly) based on the Lp19-Nui D model symbiosis. In BestPass European Endophyte Research Consortium members and the public. Presented at BestPass European Endophyte Research Consortium Meeting. Berlin, Germany.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Razzaq, A., Wheeler, D., & Schmid, J. (2015, November). Roles of protein-coding DNA repeats in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.Contributed to by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J., Zhou, Y., Truglio, M., Cox, M., Dupont, PY., Zhang, N., . . . Day, R. (2015, November). Interplay of Epichloë fectucae var. lolii and its host Lolium perenne as assessed by tissue-specific transcriptome analysis.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Cox, M., Dupont, P., Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2013, August). The biological significance of sex and protein-coding DNA repeats in Candida albicans. In Seminar, Chiba University, Chiba, China.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2013, September). Life and evolution of symbiotic/pathogenic fungi in their host: adaptive strategies in grass plants and mammals. In National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Japan.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2007). Neotyphodium-ryegrass interactions: How grass and fungus keep their balance. Presented at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2007). Review of 'Candida: Comparative and functional genomics'.
[Other]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Schmid, J. (2004). Investigating the cellular biology of the interaction between an endophytic fungus, Neotyphodium lolii, and its host, the ryegrass Lolium perenne. University of Kentucky, Department of Plant Pathology
[Other]Authored by: Schmid, J.
Zhang, N., Holland, BR., Cannon, RD., & Schmid, J. (2004, July). What makes Candida albicans a successful pathogen? Insights from a genomic screen. : National Center for Infectious Diseases, Mycotic Diseases Branch.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Schmid, J., Zhang, N.

Consultancy and Languages

Languages

  • English
    Last used: today
    Spoken ability: Excellent
    Written ability: Excellent
  • German
    Last used: today
    Spoken ability: Excellent
    Written ability: Excellent
  • Japanese
    Last used: today
    Spoken ability: Needs work
    Written ability: Needs work

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 2 3
CoSupervisor 0 9

Current Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • Yajie Wang - PhD
    Understanding the modification and regulation of alginate biosynthesis by Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  • Asad Razzaq - PhD
    Biological roles of protein-coding repetitive DNA in Epichloe endophytes

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2014 - Synodalia Chrisma Wattimena - PhD
    A Search for Contingency Genes in Candida albicans
  • 2012 - Ningxin Zhang - PhD
    Sex has no detectable net benefits for Candida Albicans
  • 2000 - Mr Martin Jurgen Spiering - PhD
    Distribution of #Neotyphodium# #lolii-#Endophyte Metabolic Activity in Perennial Ryegrass (#Lolium# #perenne#, L.) and Its Implications for Alkaloid Distribution and Photosynthesis.

CoSupervisor of:

  • 2016 - Mohammad Fata Moradali - PhD
    Molecular Mechanism of Alginate Polymerisation and Modifications in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  • 2014 - Yanfei Zhou - PhD
    Neotyphodium lolii endophyte improves drought tolerance in perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne. L) through broadly adjusting its metabolism
  • 2011 - Iain David Hay - PhD
    Regulation and export of alginate in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  • 2009 - Anika Carolin Jahns - PhD
    Towards a better understanding of the polyhydroxyalkanoate synthase from Ralstonia eutropha: Protein engineering and molecular biomimetrics
  • 2008 - Jon Stuart Palmer - PhD
    Surface characteristics of an adhesive, thermophilic spore-forming Bacillus, isolated from milk powder
  • 2007 - Uwe Remminghorst - PhD
    Support Polymerisation and Export of Alginate in Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Functional Assignment and Catalytic Mechanism of Alg8/44.
  • 2007 - Thurid Freitag - PhD
    Uropathogenic Escherichia coli of dogs and cats: Pathotypic Traits and Susceptibility to Bacteriophages
  • 2000 - Ms Nicole von Maltzahn - PhD
    Molecular Typing and Phylogenetic Analysis of #Candida# #albicans# Isolates from Different Patient Populations.
  • 1999 - Mr Steffen Porwollik - PhD
    Analysis of a #Helicobacter# #pylori# operon incorporating flagellar export genes.

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