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Ward, David

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    Professor; Ph.D. 1975, M.S. 1973, Univ. Wisconsin; B.S. 1971, Ohio State Univ. Instruction and research in microbial diversity, ecology and evolution. Fundamental studies of microbial population biology and community ecology in relation to principles of macroecology; molecular analysis of composition, structure and function of hot spring microbial mat communities used as natural models; comparative molecular and organic geochemical studies of microbial mats as analogs of Precambrian stromatolite fossils; bioremediation ecology; microbiology education/outreach. My Mission: *Basic Research: to understand microbial diversity as it really occurs in nature as a consequence of ecological and evolutionary processes. *Applied Research: to understand how predictive control of microorganisms depends on their diversity, ecology, and evolution. *Teaching: to change the way students of biology and microbiology think about microorganisms to a more natural view. *Outreach Education: to change the general public's perception that the only good germ is a dead germ.
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