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Appendix B: Biographic Sketches of Seminars Planning Committee and Seminars Speakers
Pages 103-108

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From page 103...
... in oceanography and marine natural products chemistry from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, and was a Cancer Research Institute Postdoctoral Fellow in protein nuclear magnetic resonance. Her current research program focuses on bioactive marine natural products, protein-carbohydrate recognition, and HIV entry.
From page 104...
... These findings provided the foundation for the scientific discovery of microbial communities thriving in the deep subsurface and for utilizing such communities to remediate groundwater contaminated with radionuclides. He has also made contributions to understanding the biological and geochemical factors controlling the rate and extent of reduction of Fe(III)
From page 105...
... Department of Energy, she used genomic tools to characterize the metabolism of bacterial lineages that lack any cultivated representatives, generating new insights into subsurface fermentation, carbon dioxide fixation, and even defining size constraints for bacterial life. Her current research program interrogates the microbial diversity and physiology of ecosystems occurring more than a mile below the surface in natural gas wells, examining biogeochemical reactions catalyzed before and after hydrocarbon extraction.
From page 106...
... Repeta is a Senior Scientist in the Department of Marine Chemistry at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. His research explores the interactions between microbial communities and dissolved organic matter in the marine water column, most recently at Station ALOHA, a long-term study site in the oligotrophic North Pacific Ocean near Hawai‘i.
From page 107...
... She also received training in microbial ecology and environmental microbiology as a member of the Microbial Diversity Summer Course at the Marine Biology Lab at Woods Hole during the summer of 2009. She joined the CCB faculty in 2011 and is currently the Morris Kahn Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology.
From page 108...
... Department of Energy Early Career Award, and a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. She is an American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering Fellow and a National Academy of Sciences Kavli Fellow.

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