Research

We combine experimental and theoretical approaches to address research questions at the interfaces of environmental chemistry, environmental health, and environmental biotechnology.
We are concerned with understanding and predicting environmental processes relevant to ecosystem health, agricultural productivity, and organic carbon cycling and recycling.
We seek novel molecular insights into the mechanisms that control chemical trapping, biological assimilation, and dynamic fate of organic contaminants, organic substrates, and biomacromolecules.

Link to Google Scholar and Research Gate for Ludmilla Aristilde


Upcoming Seminar Talks by Prof. Aristilde

Annual Bromery Lecture
TITLE: Molecular Connections in the Cycling of Carbon and Water in Terrestrial Ecosystems
Where: Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
When: April 19, 2019

Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar
TITLE: TBA
Where: CEE Department, University of California-Los Angeles
When: May 21, 2019

Upcoming Conference Presentations by Prof Aristilde and Aristilde Group Members

TBA


Recent articles

Just accepted manuscript in Journal of Biological Chemistry by Kukurugya, Mendonca, Sohltalab, Wilkes, Thannhauser, and Aristilde

Just accepted manuscript in Journal of Biological Chemistry by Kukurugya, Mendonca, Sohltalab, Wilkes, Thannhauser, and Aristilde

TITLE: Multi-omics analysis unravels a segregated metabolic flux network that tunes co-utilization of sugar and aromatic carbons in Pseudomonas putida –ABSTRACT: Pseudomonas species thrive in…

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Just accepted manuscript in Journal of Colloid and Interface Science by Klein, Bone, Bakker, Chang, and Aristilde

Just accepted manuscript in Journal of Colloid and Interface Science by Klein, Bone, Bakker, Chang, and Aristilde

TITLE: Abiotic Phosphorus Recycling from Adsorbed Ribonucleotides on a Ferrihydrite-type Mineral: Probing Solution and Surface Species –ABSTRACT: Iron (Fe) (oxyhydr)oxide minerals, which are amongst most…

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Just accepted manuscript in Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts by McBride, Kelch, Schmidt, Serpa, Martinez, and Aristilde

Just accepted manuscript in Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts by McBride, Kelch, Schmidt, Serpa, Martinez, and Aristilde

TITLE: Oxalate-Enhanced Solubility of Lead (Pb) in the Presence of Phosphate: pH Control on Mineral Precipitation –ABSTRACT: Here we study the precipitation of lead (Pb)-phosphate…

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