Huber Lab

Julie Huber
Associate Director of the BPC
Associate Scientist

e: jhuber@mbl.edu
p: 508 289 7291
f: 508 457 4727
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Lab News

August 2015: Emily and Chris are headed to sea as part of our Moore Foundation Project! Follow the adventures from Axial Seamount at http://axial2015.blogspot.com/

July 2015: Julie published a Perspective in Science about subseafloor microbes "Making Methane Down Deep."

July 2015: Julie presented a talk about "Carbon Cycling Beneath the Seafloor" at the GRC AEM, Gordon Research Conference on Applied and Environmental Microbiology in South Hadley, MA.

July 2015: Postdoc Caroline Fortunato presented a talk about "A Metabolic Comparison of Chemolithoautotrophic Subseafloor Communities Across Different Geochemical Conditions Using 'Omics and RNA-SIP" at the GRC AEM, Gordon Research Seminar on Applied and Environmental Microbiology in South Hadley, MA.

May 2015: Julie presented a plenary talk about "(R)evolutionary) Crosstalk between Microbes and Planet Earth" at the ASM 2015</a, American Society of Microbiology 2015 meeting in New Orleans, LA.

April 2015: Postdoc Rika Anderson joined the lab! Rika is an NASA Astrobiology Institute Postdoctoral Fellow and is interested in viruses and archaea.

April 2015: Julie presented a talk available on line focused on Microbes and Viruses at Axial Seamount for the NOVAE workshop in Seattle.

March 2015: Graduate Student Angus Angermeyer and Julie Huber publish a paper in Environmental Microbiology about decoupled distance-decay patterns between dsrA & 16S rRNA genes among salt marsh sulfate-reducing bacteria.

December 2015: Chris is off to start his own lab! Postdoc Chris Algar is heading back to Canada to start his own oceanography lab! Check out his new lab! Chris' Website

September 24, 2014: Discovering the Deep Sea with Julie Huber and C-DEBI Take a look at the eye-popping, deep-sea exploration footage in this video about the Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations (C-DEBI). MBL Blog

August 7-20 2014: Julie, Chris, and Caroline are at sea for their Moore Foundation
project studying subseafloor life at Axial Seamount. Follow the cruise on twitter @JulesDeep, #SubseafloorLife

June 2014: Julie Huber: Explorer of Deep-Sea Microbial Life. First in a series of MBL scientists profiles by Geoff Wyman. Check out the YouTube video on the MBL Blog

March 2014: Former postdoc Julie Meyer and Julie Huber publish a paper in The ISME Journal about genomic variation in subseafloor isolates from an underwater volcano.

Jan 2014: Julie is featured in this story in the Boston Globe about the Schmidt Ocean Institute and her 2013 cruise aboard their ship R/V Falkor to Axial Seamount with support from Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.

Jan 2014: New paper with Postdoc Chris Algar and Julie Huber in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences about using genomic data in biogeochemical models.

Jan 2014: New paper with Postdoc Julie Reveillaud and Julie Huber in The ISME Journal about host-specificity in sponge symbionts. Read a press release about the paper here.

Jan 2014: Julie was named the new Associate Director of the NSF STC C-DEBI. Read about it here!

Lab Personnel

Angus Angermeyer
MBL/Brown Graduate Student
e: aangermeyer@mbl.edu
p: 508 289 7659
f: 508 457 4727

Rika Anderson
NASA Postdoctoral Fellow
NASA Astrobiology Institute
p: 508 289 7659
f: 508 457 4727

Emily Reddington
Research Assistant II
e: ereddington@mbl.edu
p: 508 289 7659
f: 508 457 4727

Leslie Murphy
Research Assistant III
e: lmurphy@mbl.edu
p: 508 298 7197
f: 508 457 4727

ECaroline Fortunato
Postdoctoral Scientist
e: cfortunato@mbl.edu
p: 508 289 7713
f: 508 457 4727
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Former Lab Members:

Julie Reveillaud, Ifremer Centre Bretagne, France

Chris Algar, Dalhouise University

Nuria Fernandez-Gonzalez, currently at Brown University

Nancy Akerman, currently at EPA

Julie Meyer, currently at University of Florida

Holly Cantin

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