Academic Affiliations

Adjunct Professor, University of Nevada, Reno:

 


Teaching

Courses:

2019  Arctic Microbiomes: From Molecules and Microbes to Ecosystems and Health - Under the leadership of the Sentinel North program at Université Laval (Quebec City, Canada), the International PhD School (IPS) is a unique transdisciplinary training program aiming to understand the key role of microbiomes in shaping the structure and functioning of the Arctic, including their impacts on food webs, ecosystem services, and human health. Course blog can be found here - https://sentinellenord.ulaval.ca/en/arctic-microbiomes-field-report

2018   Microbial Diversity and Evolution (MICR 401/601), UNR, Spring. 3.0 unit lecture and discussion based course offered at the undergraduate and graduate level. 

2015   Microbial Oceanography: Genomes to Biomes, UH. Intensive graduate and Postdoctoral training course for students with interests in marine microbiology and biological oceanography. Sponsored by the Agouron Institute, SOEST, NSF and C-MORE. Honolulu, Hawaii, June.

2010   Nevada Geobiology Summer Short Course, UNR. NASA Space Grant sponsored intensive field and laboratory course targeting graduate students in science and science education fields. Reno, Nevada July.

2010   Integrative Biology and Adaptation of Antarctic Marine Organisms. An NSF-sponsored intensive field and laboratory course held at McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Director: Prof. D. Manahan, USC, Los Angeles, January.

2008   Integrative Biology and Adaptation of Antarctic Marine Organisms. An NSF-sponsored intensive field and laboratory course held at McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Director: Prof. D. Manahan, USC, Los Angeles, January.

2006   Integrative Biology and Adaptation of Antarctic Marine Organisms. An NSF-sponsored intensive field and laboratory course held at McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Director: Prof. D. Manahan, USC, Los Angeles, January.

2004   Current Topics in Microbial Ecology Seminar, Dept. Environ. Sciences & Health, UNR, Spring.

2001   Integrative Biology and Adaptation of Antarctic Marine Organisms. An NSF-sponsored intensive field and laboratory course held at McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Director: Prof. D. Manahan, USC, Los Angeles, January.

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