Out in the Dunes

Prof. Dr. Kirsten Küsel

Out in the Dunes
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Trained as geoecologists (hydrology, geochemistry, soil science), I enjoy working at the interface of microbial ecology and hydrobiogeochemistry. I have a strong background in microbial physiology of anaerobic microorganisms, degradation of complex organic matter, and biogeochemical processes, especially the iron cycle. The professorship on Aquatic Geomicrobiology allows me to bridge biosphere and geosphere research with a focus on aquatic habitats.

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Here you can find some of my current collaborators outside Jena:

Denise Akob Ph.D., US Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia, USA - Bioremediation 

Prof. Clara Chan, University of Delaware, USA - Genomics of Fe-oxidizers

Prof. Nico Eisenhauer, iDiv Leipzig, Germany - Soil macroecology 

Dr. Rob Finn - EMBL-EBI, Cambridge - Genomics of groundwater eukaryotes

Prof. Joel Kostka, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA - Peatland biogeochemistry

Prof. Cassandre Lazar, University of Quebec, Montral, Canada - SIP of autotrophic and heterotrophic bacteria

Dr. Sebastian Lücker, Radboud University, The Netherlands - Comammox bacteria

Prof. Alexander Probst, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany - Groundwater metagenomics

Prof. Bo Thamdrup, Odense, Denmark - N-cycling rate measurements

Prof. Christina Warriner, Harvard University - Rock paleogenomics

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