Nitrogen transformations in stratified aquatic microbial ecosystems.
Nitrifying community analysis in a single submerged attached growth bioreactor for treatment of high-ammonia waste stream.
Ny Munkegade 114, Building 1540, DK-8000 Aarhus C, Denmark. (Ph D) Microbiology, University of Bremen, Germany 2007 Habilitation, University of Bayreuth, Germany Employment from 2011 Associate Professor and Head of the Section for Microbiology, Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, Denmark 2004-2011 Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Microbiology, Aarhus University, Denmark 2002-2003 Assistant Professor, Department of Ecological Microbiology, University of Bayreuth, Germany 2000-2001 Visiting Scholar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA 1999-2000 Research Associate, Department of Ecological Microbiology, University of Bayreuth, Germany 1997-99 Research Assistant, Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany 1996 Research Assistant, Technical University Munich, Department of Microbiology, Germany Periods of Leave 1999 paternal leave (6 months) Academic Awards, Honours, and Related Professional Activities 1997-2012 23 invited lectures at international conferences and seminars 1998 Otto Hahn Award of the Max Planck Society, Germany 1999 Reviewer for the National Environmental Research Council (NERC), UK 2003 Reviewer for the North South Research Programme, Ireland, and for the German-Israel Research Foundation (GIF) since 2004 Member of the Board of Reviewers for the priority program “Integrated Ocean Drilling Program” (IODP) of the German Research Council (DFG) 2005-2010 Member of the Editorial Board for Applied and Environmental Microbiology since 2006 Member of the Editorial Board for FEMS Microbiology Ecology since 2008 Member of the Editorial Board for Systematic and Applied Microbiology 2009/2010 Member of the Evaluation Committee for the Irish Research Frontier Programme Since 2011 Member of the Editorial Board for Environmental Microbiology and Frontiers in Microbiology Research Interests Management experience 1999-2005 Member of the International Committee of ISEB Inc., involved in the organization of the International Symposia on Environmental Biogeochemistry 2007 Head of the Organizing Committee for the 6th International Workshop on New Techniques In Microbial Ecology (INTIME-6, Sæby, Denmark) from 2009 Head of the Microbiology Section at the Department of Biological Sciences, AU, and member of the Management Advisory Board, the Research Committee, the PR and Information Committee, and the Cooperation Council of the Department of Biological Sciences, AU. Michael Wagner, University of Vienna, Austria; Prof David A.
phone 1; fax 6; [email protected] Education 1992 Vordiplom Biology (BSc), Technical University Munich, Germany 1995 Diplom Biology (MSc), Technical University Munich, Germany 1998 Dr. from 2010 Member of the IT Committee of the Faculty of Sciences, AU since 2001 Principal Investigator for 13 research projects funded by the German Research Council, the German-Israeli Research Foundation, the Danish Research Council, Carlsberg Foundation, Villum Kann Rasmussen Foundation, AU Forskningsfonden, and EU Marie Curie programme. Stahl, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA Dr.
Community structure and activity of sulfate-reducing bacteria in an intertidal surface-sediment: A multi-methods approach.
Fluorescence in situ hybridization of 16S r RNA gene clones (Clone-FISH) for probe validation and screening of clone libraries.
Detection and persistence of fecal as water quality indicators in unchlorinated drinking water.
Dynamics of plc gene transcription and α-toxin production during growth of strains with contrasting α-toxin production. Greenhouse gas microbiology in wet and dry straw crust covering pig slurry. Distribution and rate of microbial processes in ammonia-loaded air filter biofilm. On to the occurrence of anoxic microniches, denitrification, and sulfate reduction in aerated activated sludge. Characterization of microbial communities of biofilters by phospholipid fatty acid analysis and r RNA targeted oligonucleotide probes. Regulation of nitrous oxide emission associated with benthic invertebrates.