Natuschka M. Lee

Technical University of Munich, Germany


Natuschka M. Lee has been a researcher since 2001. She got her M.S. degree in biology and chemistry in 1990 and her Ph.D. degree in environmental biotechnology in 1996, both from Lund University in Lund, Sweden. From 1997 till 2000, Dr. Lee has done postdoc research at the Department of Environmental Biotechnology, Aalborg University in Aalborg, Denmark, and at the Department of Microbiology, TUM, Munich, Germany. In 2002, she got her postgraduate education in bioinformatics at the University of Mannheim and Heidelberg University, both in Germany. Her research interests include biodiversity: enrichment and cultivation of novel species, taxonomy, and phylogeny, environment: bioremediation (chlorinated solvents and heavy metals/radionuclides), environmental biotechnology, microbial, and molecular ecology, extremophiles: origin of life, survival and adaption, symbiosis, and evolution, and geobiology: astrobiology, biology of karst/rock/meteorites, and subsurface. She is a member of 9 scientific organisations, a member of an editorial board of 2 journals, and an ad hoc reviewer of 29 journals and research/funding organisations. Dr. Lee also has 37 publications and, she gave 114 conference presentations.

Biography Updated on 16 April 2013

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