CLIMATE CHANGE RESILIENCE
We are interested in characterizing the impacts of climate change, and sea-level rise on microbial communities in coastal habitats.
In light of the rapid human population growth and current challenges facing the environment, we are broadly interested in the molecular mechanisms underlying biogeochemical cycling: how carbon, nitrogen and sulfur transport pathways drive fundamental processes.
COVID-19 has brought about increased awareness on the usage of wastewater-based epidemiology to shed light on the health of associated communities. We are interested in using wastewater to shed insights on public health such as emerging infectious diseases and other biomarkers.