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2022-         Associate Professor

2019-2022 Assistant Professor

Research Projects with external funding


2019-2024 Villum Young Investigator Grant "A newly discovered microbial oxygen production pathway:
Physiology and environmental significance", total amount: 10 mil. DKK


2014-2015 American National Science Foundation (NSF) Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations "Microbial physiology in low-temperature crustal fluids" total amount: 730 000 DKK


Education/Academic qualification

Marine Microbiology, PhD, Competition in nitrate-reducing microbial communities, Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology

1. Oct 200918. Sept 2014

Award Date: 18. Sept 2014

Marine environmental sciences, MSc, University of Oldenburg


External positions

Postdoc, Harvard University

Mar 2014Dec 2015

Research areas

  • Microbial physiology and biochemistry
  • microbial ecophysiology
  • Biogeochemistry
  • biogeochemical cycles
  • Microbial processes and substance cycles
  • coupling of element cycles
  • Nitrogen
  • microbial nitrogen transformations
  • Biodiversity
  • microbial population dynamics


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