Title: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton Environmental Institute
Position: Research Staff
Group: Zhang Research Laboratory
Research Summary: Dr. Jared Wilmoth studies geological chemistry and microbiology using high-resolution chemical and molecular characterization techniques. The major focus of his current research with the Princeton Environmental Institute is on investigating and understanding how microbial/environmental interfaces regulate greenhouse gas emissions from wetland soils that undergo dynamic redox oscillations. He earned his PhD in Soil Science (biogeochemistry) from the University of Georgia, Athens Georgia, USA and has completed postdoctoral research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN, USA in the Biological and Nanoscale Systems Group, Biosciences Division.
Keywords: soil redox, metagenomics, FT-ICR-MS, methane, climate, carbon cycling