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Environmental Microbiology

Microbes are abundant in terrestrial and marine environments and can inhabit some of the harshest environments on Earth. They play key roles in soil biology, global geochemical cycles and they form positive and negative interactions with plants, animals and other microbes.


John Innes Centre

Prof Mark Buttner

Prof Ray Dixon

Dr Jacob Malone

Prof Barrie Wilkinson

Earlham Institute

Dr Rob Davey

Dr Richard Leggett

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Prof Paul Hunter


Prof Paul Hunter

Prof Matt Hutchings

Dr Gabriela Kelemen

Dr David Lea-Smith

Dr Laura Lehtovirta-Morley

Dr Jacob Malone

Prof Thomas Mock

Prof Colin Murrell

Prof Jon Todd

Prof John Wain