Xinning Zhang (PI)
Position: FacultyTitle: Assistant ProfessorOffice: 152 Guyot Hall, Washington Rd., Princeton, NJ 08544Phone: (609) 258 - 2489Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAssistant: Eva Groves (email@example.com)CV
Xinning is an environmental microbiologist in the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University. She obtained her B.S. in Biological and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University in 2004 and Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Engineering from the California Institute of Technology in 2010. Her research interests encompass the coupling of biogeochemical cycles through microbial physiology, the impact of microbial metabolism on stable isotope records, co-evolution of microbial life and the geochemical environment, and microbial nutrient acquisition strategies.
Position: Lab manager / research specialist Office: 157 Guyot Phone: 609-258-4674 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Position: LSRF Postdoctoral research fellow Office: 158 Guyot Phone: 609-258-1052 Email: email@example.com
Position: Graduate student Office: 158 Guyot Hall Phone: (609) 258-2612 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Katja is a graduate student in the Geosciences department who is studying canonical and alternative nitrogenases in model N fixers and the environment. She received her B.S. from the California Insitute of Technology in 2014 and was a Fulbright scholar in 2015-2016.
Position: Graduate student Office: 157 Guyot Hall Phone: 609-258-4674 Email: email@example.com
Kelly Van Baalen
Position: PEI summer undergrad researcher Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Position: PEI summer undergrad researcher Email: email@example.com
Previous group members
Position: Undergraduate, CBE 2017 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Carol graduated with a B.S. in Chemical and Biological Engineering in 2017. Carol's work aimed at understanding the diversity of canonical Mo and alternative nitrogenases in model microbial communities.
Allison LeePosition: Undergraduate Email: email@example.com
Allison is an undergrad majoring in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. During 2016-2017, she studied the mechanisms underlying 15N fractionation in model N fixers, focusing on growth rate and Fe availability. She also doesn't mind accompanying Xinning for a day of field work in the mud!