email@example.com | Freedman Lab
Grace is interested in understanding what factors shape microbiomes to better predict how environmental changes will affect microbial functions. In the Freedman lab, she will be using pitcher plants as a model system to study microbial community assembly and biogeography. Before joining the lab, she earned her PhD at Louisiana State University and was an NSF EAPSI fellow at the Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Grace’s interest in microbial ecology developed as an undergraduate while working on a wetland restoration project with poor soils. She enjoys tropical climates, music, good food, and spending time with her husband and two dogs.
firstname.lastname@example.org | Ruark Lab
email@example.com | Soldat Lab
firstname.lastname@example.org | Soldat Lab
Dimitrios is a Research Associate in the Soldat Lab. His postdoctoral research focuses on adapting a dynamic ecosystem model, Agro-IBIS, for golf course turfgrass which will assist with the prediction of golf course turfgrass growth, water use, and nutrient requirements spatially and temporally.
email@example.com | Barak Lab
firstname.lastname@example.org | Ruark Lab