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My Goldschmidt

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Details for: Jennifer Glass

Dr. Jennifer Glass is an associate professor in the Georgia Tech School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences with a courtesy appointment in Biological Sciences. She earned BSc degrees in Earth Sciences and Oceanography from the University of Washington, a PhD in Geological Sciences from Arizona State University, and a NASA Astrobiology Postdoctoral Fellowship at Caltech. Her research is on geochemistry and microbiology in context of the global biogeochemical cycles and astrobiology. She has served as PI on two NASA Exobiology grants exploring microbial-methane interactions. She is the founding chair of the Southeastern Biogeochemistry Symposium, a Kavli Fellow, a Scialog Fellow, Associate Editor for Frontiers in Microbiology and Geobiology journals, and chair of the local organizing committee for AbSciCon 2021. Her education and outreach efforts focus on diversifying the STEM workforce and democratizing science through open-access science communication efforts such as Wikipedia and HypothesisBrowser.
Note: abstracts are only listed if one of the following email addresses was provided when the abstract was submitted: jennifer.glass@eas.gatech.edu. Otherwise, try an advanced search.

(2020) Deep Subsurface Bacterial Proteins Bind and Modify Clathrate
Johnson A, Huard D, Kim J, Raut P, Petrov A, Williams L, Dai S, Lieberman R & Glass J

(2019) Habitability of Methane Hydrates: Insights from Omics
Glass J, Ranjan P, Kretz C, Nunn B, Johnson A, McManus J & Stewart F

(2017) The Metabolic Potential of Freshwater Bathyarchaeota
Crowe S, Zhou C, Simister R, Glass J, Bray M, Morgan-Lang C, Hahn A, Vuillemin A, Henny C, Stewart F, Kallmeyer J & Hallam S

(2017) Tales from the Crypt(ic): The Phantoms of the Nitrogen Cycle
Glass J, Cavazos A, Stanton C, Tang Y, Taillefert M, Stewart F & Ostrom N

(2016) How did Ferruginous Archean Oceans Make Methane?
Glass J, Bray M, Wu J, Reed B, Kretz C, Stewart F, DiChristina T, Brandes J, Fowle D & Crowe S

(2014) Nano-Scale Elemental Imaging of Microbes and Minerals from Deep Sea Methane Seeps
Glass J, McGlynn S, Chadwick G, Dawson K, Chen S, Vogt S, Lai B, Deng J, Ingall E, Twining B & Orphan V

(2013) Metal Micronutrients for Anaerobic Oxidation of Methane
Glass J, Steele J, Dawson K, McGlynn S, Reinhard C & Orphan V

Theme chair

Goldschmidt2019 - Theme 11: Geobiology and biomarkers
Goldschmidt2018 - Theme 10: Geobiology, Organic Tracers, and Biogeochemistry

Session convener

Goldschmidt2014 - Session 19g: From Genes to Geochemistry: Integrating Environmental and Biological Datasets to Unearth Novel Microbial Metabolisms and Chemical Processes


Goldschmidt2019: Mentor (Mentoring JACKSON NKOH NKOH, Camila Areias)
Goldschmidt2017: Mentor (Mentoring Niels Burzan)
Goldschmidt2016: Mentor (Mentoring )

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