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Seasonal Changes in the Diversity of Nonextremophilic Archaea and their Influence on Aquatic Systems

Dr. Tolar
Dr. Bradley Tolar
Department of Biology & Marine Biology
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
404D, Biological Sciences. This special Alumni Seminar is given in honor of Dr. Juergen Wiegel and co-sponsored by MGSA.
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Special Alumni Seminar in honor of Dr. Juergen Wiegel and co-sponsored by MGSA.
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Department Seminars

Part of the Deparment of Microbiology Fall Seminar Series and co-sponsored by MGSA. This special Alumni Seminar is given in honor of Dr. Juergen Wiegel. The winner of the 2022 Dr. Juergen Wiegel Graduate Award in Microbiology will be announced at the seminar. Dr. Tolar will be holding a career discussion with Microbiology Graduate Students, watch your email for sign up information.

Dr. Juergen Wiegel joined the UGA Biochemistry Department as a postdoc in 1977, and he joined the faculty of the UGA Department of Microbiology in 1982.  He became an established international authority on thermophilic anaerobes and earned the 2007 Bergey’s award.  Dr. Wiegel’s research resulted over 230 publications and three US Patents, but his scientific legacy also lives on through the countless graduate students he trained in his lab, in his graduate teaching in presentation skills and microbial diversity & physiology.

 

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