Sallie (Penny) W. ChisholmProfessor of Environmental Studies; Professor of Biology Home Phone: (617) 253-1771home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: biological oceanography, microbial ecology Website Website
Microbial oceanography: the role of marine phytoplankton in the ocean’s “metabolism”; the cyanobacterium Prochlorococcus as a model to study marine ecology from the genome level to the whole ocean.
Glenn FlierlProfessor of Oceanography Home Phone: (617) 253-4692home Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET Interest Areas: physical oceanography, eddies Website Website
Oceanic eddies and their impacts upon the distribution of tracers and on the biology of the sea.
Mick FollowsAssociate Professor Home Phone: (617) 253-5939home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: biogeochemistry, ocean circulation Website Website
Models of interactions of ocean circulation, biogeochemical cycles and marine ecosystems.
Martin PolzProfessor, Civil and Environmental Engineering Home Phone: (617) 253-7128home Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET Interest Areas: environmental microbiology, microbial ecology Website Website
Exploration of structure-function relationships in microbial communities using quantitative molecular approaches, genomics, physiology, and modeling.
Roman StockerAssociate Professor Home Phone: (617) 253-3726home Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Interest Areas: physical ecology, environmental microfluidics Website Website
Physical ecology of microorganisms; microscale transport phenomena; microfluidic experiments to understand how physical forces and chemical signals shape the behavior of marine microorganisms.
Janelle R. ThompsonAssistant Professor in Ocean Utilization Home Phone: (617) 324.5268home Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET Interest Areas: microbial ecology, microbial oceanography Website Website
Microbial oceanography: study of the relationship between the structure of microbial communities and their function using molecular biology, genomics, and genetics.