Dianne Newman
California Institute of Technology
Dianne Newman began her professional training as an environmental microbiologist at MIT in the laboratory of a geochemist but was introduced to bacterial genetics midway through graduate school. The elegance and power of genetic approaches motivated her to seek postdoctoral training in a bacterial genetics laboratory at Harvard Medical School. When she began her independent career, she attempted to blend these fields by using genetic approaches to study how bacteria catalyze geochemically interesting metabolic reactions.
Roland Hatzenpichler
Montana State University
Roland Hatzenpichler earned his M.Sc. (2006) and Ph.D. (2011) in microbial ecology in the lab of Michael Wagner at the University of Vienna (Austria). From 2011-2016, he was a postdoc with Victoria Orphan at the California Institute of Technology. Since Nov. 2016, he has been an Assistant Professor in MSU's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He also is an Affiliated Faculty at the Center for Biofilm Engineering and the Thermal Biology Institute at Montana State University.
Forest Rohwer
San Diego State University
Forest Rohwer is a Fellow of the American Academy for Advancement of Science (AAAS), American Academy of Microbiology (AAM) and professor of biology at San Diego State University. He led the development of viromics, which involves isolating and sequencing the RNA/DNA from all of the viruses in a sample.
Tim van Opijnen
Boston College
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