Research (Under Construction)

The broad goal of our research is to unravel how (i) fine-scale genomic diversity impacts microbial community structure and function across various environments, (ii) individual microbes function in a community context, and (iii) microbes and viruses impact biogeochemical cycling and nutrient transformations at various spatial and temporal scales.


MICROBIAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF HYDROTHERMAL PLUMES, OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONES, AND THE DEEP-SEA 


MICROBIAL ECOLOGY OF FRESHWATER LAKES


VIRUS-DRIVEN SULFUR METABOLISM


SULFUR-METHANE DYNAMICS IN THE MARINE SUBSEAFLOOR


SULFUR METABOLISM IN THE HUMAN MICROBIOME

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