Active Research in the Huber Lab

Functional Dynamics, Interactions and Biogeochemical Impact of Chemolithoautotrophic Subseafloor Microbial Ecosystems at Axial Seamount, a Mid-Ocean Ridge Cabled Observatory
Grant# 3297
Funded by: Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Marine Microbiology Initiative
Learn more about our work at Axial Seamount…

Collaborative Research: Characterization of Microbial Transformations in Basement Fluids, from Genes to Geochemical Cycling
Grant# OCE-1062006
Funded by: National Science Foundation
Learn more about North Pond…

Deep Life I: Microbial Carbon Transformations in Rock-Hosted Deep Subsurface Habitats: Recently Completed Grant (6/2014)
Subcontracted by Michigan State University, PI: Matthew Schrenk
Funded by: Alfred. P. Sloan Foundation Deep Carbon Observatory

Associate Director & Evolution Team Leader on the NSF Science and Technology Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations (C-DEBI)
Subcontracted by University of Southern California
Funded by: National Science Foundation

Work in the Huber lab has also been supported by NASA Astrobiology and Alfred. P. Sloan Foundation Deep Carbon Observatory


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