Stephanie Carr '06, Assistant Professor of Biology

347 Johnstone Science Center
carrs@hartwick.edu
607-431-4410

Areas of expertise:
geomicrobiology, bioinformatics, subsurface microbiology
Education:
Ph.D., Colorado School of Mines

Recent courses taught:

  • BIOL-350 Bioinformatics
  • BIOL-210 Microbiology of Disease 

Selected publications:

  • Carr, S.A., Schubotz, F., Dunbar, R. B., Mandernack, K.W (2017) Methanogenic Methanosaeta and their role in carbon cycling in methane-rich marine sediments of Antarctica accepted to ISME
  • Carr, S.A., Mills, C.T., Mandernack, K.W. (2016) The use of amino acid indices for assessing organic matter quality and microbial abundance in deep-sea Antarctic sediments. Marine Chemistry, 186, 72-82.
  • Stambach, N.R., Carr. S.A., Cox, C.R., Voorhees, K.J. (2015) Rapid detection of Listeria monocytogenes by bacteriophage amplification and SERS-Lateral Flow Immunochromatography. Viruses, accepted
  • Carr, S. A., Orcutt, B.N., Mandernack K.W, and Spear, J.R. (2015), Abundant Atribacteria in deep marine sediment from the Adélie Basin, Antarctica. Front. Microbiol. 6:872. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2015.00872
  • Carr, S. A., Vogel, S. W., Dunbar, R. B., Brandes, J., Wakeham, S. G., Spear, J.R., Naish, T. R., Powell, R. D., Mandernack, K. W. (2013), Characterization of the Bacterial Biomass of Marine Sediments Beneath the Ross Ice Sheet, Antarctica. Geobiology. 11:4. doi: 10.1111/gbi.12042

College service and professional affiliations:

  • American Geophysical Union
  • Center for Dark Energy Biosphere Investigations 
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