Faculty Profile: Martiny, Adam
|Faculty Information||Lab Information (Packet Type, Course Title, & Department)||Location|
Department: Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
|3208 Croul Hall|
My lab works at the interface between microbiology, ocean ecosystem ecology, and global change. In particular, we are interested in understanding the present and future global distribution of marine cyanobacteria and how they will respond to ocean warming. This includes how cyanobacteria will evolve and adapt to new environments. Student projects could include lab work using culturing and molecular techniques (e.g. PCR), DNA sequence analysis, and modeling.
Requirements to Participate
Students should be prepared to work with other group member as well as develop independent projects, Students will be expected to participate in lab activities and meetings.
Time Commitment per Week
Faculty Means of Evaluation
Grades will be based on time committed to the project and the quality of research.