|Dr. Peter Dunfield - Ecology and genomics of extremophilic bacteria; Environmental microbiology of the methane cycle
||Dr. Michael Hynes - Molecular biology of plant-microbe interactions; regulation of genes involved in Rhizobium symbiosis, Rhizobium plasmids, chemotaxis, microbial ecology.
|Dr. Lisa Gieg - Anaerobic hydrocarbon metabolism, bioremediation, enhanced energy recovery, molecular biology/ecology of hydrocarbon resource environments, biotechnological applications in petroleum industry
||Dr. David Layzell - Energy systems analysis including modeling the energy-environmental footprint of biological systems.
|Dr. Joe Harrison - Microbial population biology, biofilm microbiology, bacterial genetics and genomics, cyclic-di-GMP signalling, antibiotic and metal resistance, chronic infectious diseases
||Dr. Raymond J. Turner - Metal resistance in Bacteria. Private molecular chaperones for the Tat-Translocase. Integral membrane protein structure and folding. Fluorescence spectroscopy.
|Dr. Casey Hubert - Particular research interests include extremophiles (anaerobic thermophiles) such as dormant thermophilic bacteria in permanently cold Arctic marine sediments that appear to derive from deep hot petroleum deposits.
||Dr. Gerrit Voordouw - Molecular biology and genomics of the sulfate-reducing bacterium Desulfovibrio vulgaris. Characterization of microbial communities catalysing the oil field sulfur cycle by molecular biology methods.