519-888-4567 x35011
Location: 
E6 3018

Expertise:

  • Remediation technologies using chemical and photochemical techniques
  • Wastewater and air treatment using advanced oxidation processes
  • Infection and pathogen control, including rapid detection methods for bacterial contamination of water, automated UV disinfection systems, ultrasonic disinfection, and novel antimicrobial materials for use in clinical applications
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x36084
Location: 
E6 4012 E6 4113

Expertise:

  • Complex biologics (products derived from living organisms or the organisms themselves)
  • Baculovirus expression systems of complex biologics, including glycosylation and myritoylation post-translational modifications
  • Cell culture monitoring, modeling and simulation – from metabolomics to on-line spectroscopy
  • Monoclonal antibody production and modification, including enhancing monodispersity of the product
     
Group(s): 
Operating Committee; Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x37917
Location: 
E2 2327

Expertise:

  • Contaminant fate and transport
  • Watershed biogeochemistry and land use change
  • Environmental and ecosystem hydrology
  • Ecosystem (including wetland) restoration
  • Human impacts on the environment
  • develop innovative, low cost, passive water quality samplers for surface and groundwater applications
  • sustainable water management - in collaboration with ecologists, social scientists and economists
  • develop parsimonious, minimum calibration models that can effectively interface with climate and land-use change models to provide insights into water management on local and regional scales
Group(s): 
Faculty→Environment; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment

Expertise:

  • Vaccine development, immunotherapy and mechanisms of drug resistance in breast cancer.
  • Phage-based vaccines

Publications:

Javad Behravan's publication list

Group(s): 
Position→Adjunct; Research Theme→Microbes and Health
519-888-4878
Location: 
EIT 5004

Expertise:

  • Behaviour and transport of groundwater contamination, including metals, metalloids, pathogens, nutrients and emerging contaminants in groundwater
  • Remediation technologies including permeable reactive barriers
  • Monitoring techniques such as non-traditional stable isotopes
  • Geochemical processes at mining wastes, including acid rock drainage
  • Reactive transport modelling
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x36278
Location: 
DC 2516

Expertise:

  • Computational methods to analyze biological sequences, including design of algorithms for large-scale evolutionary tree reconstruction
  • Computational methods to correct DNA sequence reads
  • Bioinformatics problems including alignment, gene finding, haplotype inference, motif finding, HMM decoding, HIV subtype detection and kinship discovery
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Mathematics; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x35606
Location: 
B1 377C

Expertise:

  • Plant-microbe interactions
  • Symbiotic nitrogen fixation in agriculture
  • Functional metagenomics to look at the genomes of organisms present in complex samples such as soil
  • Bacterial genome engineering for the production of bioproducts such as polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB)
  • Synthetic biology, bioplastics and bioproducts

Publications:

Trevor Charles Publication List

Group(s): 
Operating Committee; Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x33310
Location: 
E6 4004

Expertise:

  • Microbial production of recombinant proteins and therapeutic proteins including industrial enzymes and effective microbial host/vector systems
  • Microbial production of industrial useful metabolites including biohydrogen, biodiesel, and biobutanol
  • Bioprocess development including upstream technology for biological strain construction, midstream technology for bioreaction (e.g., cultivation), and downstream processing for bioproduct recovery and purification
  • Optimization of microbial production including: identification of expression limiting steps, protein secretion (i.e., periplasmic or extracellular expression), surface display, posttranslational issues, physiological manipulation of host strains, in-vivo protein misfolding (i.e., soluble expression), in-vitro protein refolding, fusion-protein technology, molecular manipulation of proteins, pathway knockouts, pathway constructions, etc.
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4642 or x84642
Location: 
ESC 338A

Expertise:

  • Bioorganic and medicinal chemistry related to antimicrobial and anticancer agents
  • Synthesis of heterocyclic and carbocyclic compounds
  • Mechanistic organic chemistry and biochemistry
  • Natural products chemistry and biochemistry
  • Beta lactam antibiotics
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health
519-888-4567 x32603
Location: 
PAS 2015

Expertise:

  • Chemical variations in teeth and what they reveal about the lives of their owners
  • Dental anthropology, human osteology, bioarchaeology, paleonutrition and paleopollution, with a particular emphasis on reconstructing the experiences of children in the past
  • Histological and microspatial chemical analyses (LA-ICP-MS, synchrotron) of ancient teeth and bones
  • The human body and its shifting location in debates regarding ownership of biomaterials, sex/gender and sexuality, and the evolution of human behavioural universals
Group(s): 
Faculty→Arts; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health
519-888-4567 x33889
Location: 
B1 166A

Expertise:

  • Bioinformatics, computational biology and molecular genetics
  • Predicting novel protein families and functions by combining sequence analysis with structural bioinformatics
  • Predicting evolutionary adaptations in genes and genome by combining sequence analysis, phylogenetics and structural modeling
  • Computational approaches to functionally annotate metagenomes and detect biologically relevant differences between them
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x33957
Location: 
B1 291B

Expertise:

  • DNA replication, cell cycle checkpoints, molecular genetics
  • Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a model organism for cancer-related studies of the cell cycle
  • Initiation of DNA replication including identifying and characterizing protein factors
  • Cancer diagnostic markers for cell proliferation
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x31352
Location: 
QNC 3623

Expertise:

  • Physiology, cell and developmental biology, molecular genetics
  • Neurological disease as a result of mitochondrial defects
  • Microfluidic chip-based assays for studying mitochondrial disease
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health, Microbes and Technology
519-888-4567 x32058
Location: 
B2 249C

Expertise in:

  • Plant-microbial interactions
  • Isolation, characterization and manipulation of microbial genes which encode products that are involved in the microbial stimulation of plant growth.
  • Use of bacteria as biocontrol agents to control fungal diseases.
  • Biochemical and physiological consequences of the genetic transformation of plant growth-promoting bacteria.
  • Microbial phytohormone biosynthesis.
  • Use of plant-microbial combinations to remediate contaminated soils.
  • Ethylene modulated gene expression.
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x35954
Location: 
ESC 233

Expertise:

  • Protein structure and function, enzymology, biophysics
  • Nitric oxide synthase including understanding the regulation and mechanism of this enzyme and its interactions with calmodulin
  • Class II aldolases in fungi and Mycobacterium tuberculosis as a drug target
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x31559
Location: 
ESC 249 STC 4038

Expertise:

  • Enzyme structure, mechanism, inhibition and allostery
  • Role of conformational plasticity in enzyme function
  • Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase enzyme
  • IgA1 proteases and their role in pathogenesis of mucosal infection
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x35817
Location: 
ESC 246

Expertise:

  • Protein structure and function
  • Understanding of enzyme catalytic mechanisms including in methionine biochemistry and glyoxalase metalloenzymes
  • Bio-nanotechnology including nanosized proteins as drug carriers and molecular foundations for nanodevices
  • Bacteriophages to produce building blocks used in advanced biomaterials
  • Interactions between biomolecules and nanomaterials
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x32707
Location: 
E2 3334

Expertise:

  • Robustness of water supply systems, with a focus on treatment
  • Facilitating application of newer treatment technologies (e.g. UV disinfection, membranes), including integration into existing facilities
  • Development of biological filtration as a sustainable pre-treatment to reduce fouling in membranes
  • Identification and removal of trace chemical contaminants (pharmaceuticals & endocrine disrupters)
  • Known and emerging pathogens, and their removal/inactivation by treatment processes
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x31151
Location: 
B1 281

Expertise:

  • Microbial diversity and function, especially at contaminated sites (primarily municipal landfills)
  • Microbiome analysis (DNA, RNA and protein in metagenomics, metatranscriptomics and metaproteomics) from environmental samples
  • Bioremediation tool development from exploration of microbial community interactions

Publications:

Laura Hug's Publication list

Group(s): 
Operating Committee; Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment, Understanding Microbes
519-573-3349
Location: 
B1 375A
Group(s): 
Operating Committee; Position→Staff
519-888-4567 x35457
Location: 
MC 6116

Expertise:

  • Applications of systems and control theory to systems biology
  • Design and construction of gene regulatory networks from forward-engineering of biological systems (synthetic biology)
  • Modelling intracellular networks and heterogeneous cellular communities
     
Group(s): 
Operating Committee; Faculty→Mathematics; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x31567
Location: 
BMH 3728

Expertise:

  • molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis of communicable bacterial infectious diseases
  • public health prevention of infectious diseases through immunizations, appropriate health and hygiene practices, and harm reduction programs
  • pedagogy and cirrucular design with an emphasis on integrating active-learning methods into undergraduate courses
Group(s): 
Faculty→Applied Health Sciences; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health
519-888-4567 x31095
Location: 
E2 2309

Expertise:

  • Production of bio-energy (electricity, H2, and CH4) and bio-chemicals from biomass including microbial electrochemical cells
  • Wastewater treatment including nutrient recovery from organic waste and wastewater
  • Thermodynamic/kinetic analyses of microbial metabolisms in engineered and natural systems
  • Anaerobic membrane bioreactors including integration of anaerobic digestion with membrane separation
  • Anaerobic oxidation of methane, especially as part of the global carbon cycle
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x35991 x36728
Location: 
NH 2222 E6 4006

Expertise:

  • Enzymes in non-conventional media (e.g. “designer” sol-gels) for applications in organic synthesis
  • Control and monitoring of water treatment processes involving filtration or biofiltration.
  • Bioremediation of contaminated soils, wastewater and drinking water
  • Electrostatic-based separation for the production of protein- and starch-enriched fractions from agricultural flours
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x33562
Location: 
B1 379C

Expertise:

  • Hyperthermophilic microorganisms growing at 80°C and above
  • Microbial physiology and enzymology
  • Alcohol and H2 fermentation using novel enzymes that work at high temperatures
  • Biocatalysis using thermostable enzymes for the production of chiral compounds
  • High temperature biochemistry and protein engineering
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x33064
Location: 
EV1 237

Expertise:

  • Effects of changing hydrologic conditions on biogeochemical processes (carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus) in both natural and disturbed environments
  • Cover crops and phosphorus retention on fields
  • Hydrologic change from land-use modifications (e.g. agriculture, drainage) or climate variability
  • Year-round phosphorus losses in tile drain effluent and how these losses are affected by tillage practices in agriculture
  • Hydrological and biogeochemical processes in northern peatlands, and how these processes may change under a warmer climate
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Environment; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x31790
Location: 
BMH 1709

Expertise:

  • Foodborne and related diseases in Canadian and international contexts
  • Burden and risks for foodborne and related diseases, and related interventions (including those currently in use, like food handler training)
  • Food safety strategies that account for the multiple health outcomes associated with the production and consumption of food
  • Public health practice
Group(s): 
Faculty→Applied Health Sciences; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health
519-888-4567 x37020
Location: 
B1 165A

Expertise:

  • Proteomics analysis, that is, identifying and quantifying the proteins active within a biological system
  • Computational and bioinformatics approaches for investigating protein function
  • Quantification of cell cycle proteins in yeast, recombinant protein production in mammalian cell lines, and identification of proteins mediating plant-bacterial interactions
  • Structural pattern recognition algorithms to predict protein functions such as carbohydrate binding and antifreeze activity
  • Evolution of protein function within homologous protein groups
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4006 or x84006
Location: 
E6 1008

Expertise:

  • Biochemical engineering, industrial biotechnology, environmental management
  • Development and application of biotechnology innovations for the design, operation, control, optimization and scale-up of bioreactor systems required in industrial biomanufacturing and environmental bioremediation
  • Bioprocessing fundamentals and principles including oxygen transfer, circulation rates, gas hold-up, solids suspension, and rheological impact
  • Bioremediation process pretreatment strategies with chemical oxidation and photocatalysis
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology
519-888-4567 x35254
Location: 
E6 4010

Expertise:

  • Membrane fouling and optimization of membrane filtration processes
  • Diffusion transport in materials (e.g. biomaterials and polymeric films). Diffusing components - material interactions are analyzed through an experimental and theoretical study of model systems
  • Enzyme reaction engineering - applications include foods, soil bioremediation, wastewater processes and biomaterial degradation phenomena
  • Integrated extraction/purification processes for the recovery of proteins from plant materials (e.g. antifreeze proteins and soy proteins)
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology
519-888-4567 x32224
Location: 
B2 245A

Expertise:

  • World expert on Bangiales – types of red algae
  • Red algae of economic importance - they contain compounds (agar, carrageenan, etc.) that are used extensively as thickeners in products such as yogurt, ice cream and toothpaste
  • Red algae as food sources - genera such as Porphyra (aka. Nori, laverbread) and Palmaria (a.k.a. Dulse) are important food sources and are global billion-dollar aquaculture industries
  • Red algae as a critical group in the evolution of photosynthetic life on earth through secondary endosymbiosis of chloroplasts
  • Red algae as a nuisance - (e.g. Cladophora and Chara in Laurentian Great Lakes), invasive species (e.g. Bangia atropupurea in the Great Lakes)
  • Cyanobacteria that release toxins and taste and odour compounds in drinking water (Lake Ontario)
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x38344
Location: 
B1 275, B1 294, B1 289

Expertise:

  • Microbial diversity - developing and applying molecular and computational methods to explore complex microbial communities spanning aquatic, terrestrial, and host-associated habitats
  • Linking function and phylogeny - by exploring active microorganisms involved in transforming carbon and energy, to better understand who is doing what in the environment
  • Nitrogen cycle - using a combination of molecular and cultivation approaches to investigate the microbial community members associated with ammonia oxidation and denitrification

Publications:

Josh Neufeld's Publication List

Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x37552
Location: 
EV2 2008

Expertise:

  • Sustainable agriculture and agroforestry: food security, agrobiodiversity, climate change resilience, carbon sequestration, nitrogen transformations and greenhouse gas emissions in tropical, temperate and sub-arctic biomes
  • Biochar: soil health, carbon sequestration, climate change resilience
  • Waste to resources: closing the loop between food wastage and its ultimate use as a soil amendment
  • Riparian (river bank) land-use systems in agricultural landscapes: determining carbon and nitrogen transformations in terrestrial and aquatic components of the river bank
Group(s): 
Operating Committee; Faculty→Environment; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x35100
Location: 
ESC 234 ESC 241

Expertise:

  • Protein-lipid interaction in biological membranes
  • Bacterial pore-forming toxins – structure and function
  • Lipopeptide antibiotics – structure and function
  • Fluorescence methods to study protein-protein and protein-membrane interactions
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x36324
Location: 
E2 3303

Expertise:

  • Anaerobic membrane bioreactors for wastewater and sludge treatment
  • Fate of emerging contaminants in wastewater systems
  • Pretreatment of sludges for enhanced digestion
  • Advanced sludge digestion processes
  • Nutrient recovery from wastewater
  • Modelling of wastewater treatment and sludge handling processes
     
Group(s): 
Operating Committee; Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x32820
Location: 
EIT 1003

Expertise:

  •  coupled biogeochemical cycling of major redox sensitive elements (C, N, Fe, Mn, S)
  • speciation and mobility of trace oxyanion forming inorganic nutrients and contaminants including P, N, Si, As, Se, Sb, Cr and U
  •  biogeochemical processes and interactions between microbes, minerals and organic matter at the micro and mesoscale in order to describe the fate of contaminants and nutrients in the environment at the field scale
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x38172
Location: 
QNC 4614

Expertise:

  • Material chemistry and nanotechnology
  • Preparation of mesoporous silica with a good control over the pore size in the range 2 – 9 nm and a narrow pore size distribution
  • ceramic membranes for both liquid and gas separation in place of energetic processes (distillation, cryogenic processes).
  • Sea water desalination for production of fresh water, hydrogen production for fuel cells, and CO2 recovery from fossil fuel power plants
  • Porous matrixes that can be used as molds for the generation of nanoparticles in a confined environment
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology
519-888-4567 x32230
Location: 
EIT 5001

Expertise:

  • Fate and transport of contaminants in groundwater, including metals, nutrients, pathogens, and organic chemicals
  • Passive methods for remediating contaminated groundwater
  • Reactions and transformations of contaminants in the subsurface (geochemistry)
  • Release and transport of metals at northern mine sites
  • Wastewater contaminant fate in shallow sand aquifers
  • Emerging contaminant fate in the environment
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x33030
Location: 
E3 4105 E3 2108G

Expertise:

  • Lab-on-a-Chip (palm-sized glass or plastic plate with a network of microchannels etched onto its surface)
  • Microfluidics and nanofluidics to develop chip-based technology for biological, chemical and biomedical diagnosis and analysis
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology
519-888-4567 x30509
Location: 
ESC 244 STC 4042

Expertise:

  • Enzymes that recognize and act upon carbohydrates, including especially glycosidases involved in the protein glycosylation pathway and the process of starch digestion
  • Starch breakdown in mammalian cells (e.g. treatment of Type II Diabetes)
  • Human gut commensal microbial species – starch digestion enzymes
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health, Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x32473
Location: 
ESC 305

Expertise:

  • Cycling of key elements in lakes, rivers, forests and agricultural watersheds
  • Impacts of climate change and agriculture on aquatic ecosystems
  • Development and use of novel tracers, such as stable isotopes and artificial sweeteners, for following impacts on surface water and groundwater
  • Indicators of climate change in high arctic and subarctic systems
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x35454
Location: 
MC 6114

Expertise:

  • Determining ‘growth laws’ of bacteria through an understanding of genetic networks using mathematical physics and experimental microbiology
Group(s): 
Faculty→Mathematics; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Understanding Microbes
519-888-4567 x21301
Location: 
PHR 4003

Expertise:

  • Mediphage – phage-based biotechnology
  • Applications of phage and phage-encoded genes and genetic systems with applications in the design of novel therapeutics and optimized production/purification platforms
  • Oncology and antiviral therapeutics design
  • Anti-bacterials, viral exclusion systems, cosmeceuticals
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Health, Microbes and Technology
+1-519-888-4567 ext. 37777
Location: 
1004 EIT

Expertise:

  • Thermodynamic controls (i.e., bioenergetics) on the biogeochemical cycling of carbon, nutrients, metals and metalloids.
  • Microbial bioenergetics-based model development for implementation in low-energy environments.
  • Microbe-water-mineral interactions
  • Organic matter degradation
Group(s): 
Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x30164
Location: 
EV1 232

Expertise:

  • Peatland greenhouse gas fluxes in both natural and disturbed ecosystems
  • Potential impact of climate change on peatlands through plot to ecosystem scale manipulation of temperature and water table and evaluating the subsequent changes in soil properties, plant community and greenhouse gas fluxes
  • Peatland restoration
  • Peatland methane dynamics including both fluxes and subsurface storage
  • Organic matter decomposition
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Environment; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x38037
Location: 
QNC 4618

Expertise:

  • Nanoporous Membranes and Nanofluidic Devices
  • Carbon Nanotube Biosensors
  • Synthesis of 3D Hierarchical Materials
  • Nano-Bio Hybrids for Tissue Engineering and Medicine
  • Bio-molecule assisted nanomaterial self-assembly
  • Health and environmental effects of engineered nanomaterials
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology

Expertise:

  • Aquatic bacterial communities
  • Metabarcoding
Group(s): 
Faculty→Environment; Position→Adjunct; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x30385
Location: 
EV2 2026

Expertise:

  • Eco-cultural legacies associated with millennia of human occupation in the central coast of BC Canada
  • Climate change and tree range expansions of the circumpolar treeline
  • Climate change and biodiversity
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Environment; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x31319
Location: 
EIT 1006A

Expertise:

  • Mineral-water-microbe interactions
  • Groundwater-surface water interactions
  • Modeling reactive transport and geomicrobial reaction systems
  • Biogeochemistry of soils, river-floodplain systems, wetlands, lakes, coastal environments and marine basins
  • Impacts of river damming, agriculture and urbanization on the environmental flows of water, carbon and nutrients
  • Coupled hydrological-biogeochemical modeling
  • Economic valuation of ecosystem service

Publications:

Philippe Van Cappellen's Publication List

Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
38625
Location: 
E6 4016

Expertise:

  • Bioresource engineering and biorefining
  • Microalgae, metabolic engineering
  • Ionic liquid based separations in biological systems
  • Catalysis of wet biomass to biodiesel
  • Isoprenoid production

Publications:

Valerie Ward's Publications

Group(s): 
Faculty→Engineering; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology
519-888-4567 x38340
Contact for: 
ESC 309

Expertise:

  • Wetland ecology and paleoecology (analysis of sediment stratigraphy, age dating, and biological indicators such as pollen, plant macrofossils, soil protozoa)
  • Wetland ecosystem dynamics of natural, restored, and created wetlands
     
Group(s): 
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment
519-888-4567 x38690
Location: 
EV2 2011

Expertise:

  • Social dimensions of water decisions using ideas from environmental psychology, cognitive science, sociology and geography
Group(s): 
Faculty→Environment; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and the Environment