We want to understand the ecophysiology of members of two microbial groups relevant for nitrogen and carbon transformation processes tightly linked to global change:
By studying natural communities in the field and in laboratory experiments as well as by working with pure cultures, we aim to decipher relative contributions of various clades to biochemical cycling under different conditions. Our study systems include important ecosystems like soils, lake sediments, and peatlands.
At SOWA, we work in close collaboration with the Anaerobic and Molecular Microbiology Laboratory of Dr. Roey Angel, the IRMS lab of Dr Travis Meador, and the Soil Microbiology Unit of Dr. Alica Chronakova
|Dr. Anne Daebeler||Head of Lab||+420 387 77 email@example.com|
|Magdalena Wutkowska, PhD||PostDoc||+420 387 77 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mgr. Vojtěch Tláskal||PostDoc||+420 387 77 email@example.com|
|M.Sc. Justus Nweze||PhD Student||+420 774 137 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Interested in joining us? Please contact Anne and let her know about your ideas/expectations.