Curious on microbes; who they are, how they live and interact - and how we can learn from them to create a sustainable future! I started my PhD by studying microbiomes in anaerobic digesters (magic microbial fabrics converting waste into energy) and have in the recent years moved over to more furry and 'moo-y' digesters; ruminants. Senior researcher at the PEP / MEMO group (Microbial Ecology and Meta-Omics), check out our group and work at https://www.nmbu.no/en/research/groups/memo
My role: Teacher; lectures and drylabs. Click HERE for more course information.
My role: Teacher; metageomics lectures, nanopore wetlabs and drylabs. Click HERE for more course information.
My role: Teaching microbial catalysts in biogas production. Click HERE for more information.
My role: Teaching, covering the topic “complex microbial communities in anaerobic digestion”. Click HERE for more course information.
Participant in the NMBU Talent Program 2.0 - Research Talents for Sustainability. If curious about my contribution, this might be relevant reading:
I am also trying to keep track on my bioinformatic pipelines and codes, both for my own sake and to keep my research transparant and reproducable. If interested, take a swing by my github page (still in the infancy).