Join our lab

If you are motivated and interested in linkages between microbial ecology, biogeochemistry, and ecosystem functioning, consider joining our group.

There are a couple of important things you should do to find out if the lab could be a good fit for you. First, go through our website and learn about what we do and how we do it. Second, read some of our publications and visit the Flathead Lake Biological Station’s webpage and the Organismal Biology and Ecology program’s website for details about where we work and the graduate program at UM. Then, contact us by email to schedule a time to discuss your interests and any available opportunities in the group.

Current members of the Church Laboratory of Microbial Biogeochemistry. Top, from L: Alex Nelson, Shimi Rii, Daniela Böttjer, Donn Viviani, Lance Fujieki. Bottom, from L: Susan Curless, Blake Watkins, Matt Church, Karin Björkman, Dan Sadler.
Members of the Laboratory of Microbial Biogeochemistry and Ecology.
Top, from L: Alex Nelson, Shimi Rii, Daniela Böttjer-Wilson, Donn Viviani, Lance Fujieki. Bottom, from L: Susan Curless, Blake Watkins, Matt Church, Karin Björkman, Dan Sadler. Not pictured: Lisa Hall, Brie Maillot, Brenner Wai, Eint Kyi, Markus Lindh, Natalie Dornan, and Roman Battisti.

 

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