Jonathan Gropp

biology / geochemistry / methane / stable isotopes / numerical modeling




About me

I am an EMBO Postdoctoral Fellow, working on a collaborative project between the groups of Dipti Nayak (Department of Molecular and Cell Biology) and Daniel Stolper (Department of Earth and Planetary Science).

In my PhD I worked with Itay Halevy at the Weizmann Institute of Science, where I developed theoretical tools to study methane biogeochemistry which elucidated the relations between microbes that produce and consume methane and the isotopic signals that they leave behind.

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