Geoffrey Zahn
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Geoffrey Zahn


Summary

I am interested in microbial ecology, with a keen interest in soil systems and how microbial community structure relates to nutrient cycling dynamics. I am currently working on projects looking at community assembly in phyllosphere microbes. I am always interested in collaborations!

Bioinformatics Ecology Ecosystem Science Microbiology Molecular Biology Mycology Soil Science

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Assistant Professor

Utah Valley University
July 2017
Biology
My research and teaching are focused on microbial (especially fungal) ecology, with emphases in translational mycology and nutrient cycling.

PhD Student

University of Arkansas
June 2010 - May 2015
Graduate student in molecular ecology, focused on eukaryotic microbes

Postdoctoral Research Associate

University of Hawaii, Manoa
August 2015 - June 2017
Botany
Postdoc, studying fungal ecology, fungal-plant interactions, community assembly and dispersal

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