—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.
Upcoming Seminar Talks by Prof. Aristilde
Argonne National Laboratory
Environmental Science Division
TITLE: Metabolomics-Enabled Molecular Probing of Nutrient (Carbon and Phosphorus) Recycling by Bacterial and Mineral Catalysts
when: November 6
where: Lemont, IL
University of Chicago
Microbiology Seminar Series
TITLE: Molecular-Level Metabolic Investigations of Carbon Cycling in Nutritionally-Flexible Soil Bacteria to Innovate Engineering of Carbon Recycling
when: April 15
where: Chicago, IL
Upcoming Conference Presentations by Prof Aristilde and Aristilde Group Members
Gordon Research Conference on Geobiology
Session: What emerging tools exist to explore the diversity of metabolism and/or evolution of life on the planet?
TITLE: Systems Biology Meets Geobiology: Isotope-Assisted Metabolomics to Gain new Cellular Insights in Bacterial Carbon Cycling
Presenter: Dr. Ludmilla Aristilde
when: January 12-17th, 2020
where: Galveston, TX