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John Moreau

Honorary
science & technology
life sciences & biomedicine
physical sciences
microbiology
environmental sciences & ecology
environmental sciences
bacteria
geology
geosciences, multidisciplinary
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A/Prof

John Moreau

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Geomicrobiology
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A/Prof

John Moreau

 

As a geomicrobiologist, Dr. Moreau conducts cross-disciplinary research in geochemistry, mineralogy and environmental microbiology on questions that address the impact of microbes on geological materials and processes. His work includes the study of microbial interactions with heavy metals, the evolution of sulfate-reducing bacteria, and the activity of the deep subsurface microbial biosphere.

Dr. Moreau employs a range of research approaches involving electron microscopy, advanced chromatography and spectroscopy and genomics. He obtained his Ph.D from the Department of Earth and Planetary Science at the University of California, Berkeley, in 2006, and served as a U.S. National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow with the U.S. Geological Survey from 2006-2008, prior to taking up his current appointment.

Projects

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21

Projects

Project Types


11

Research Grant


6

Internal Research Grant


4

Research Contracts


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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2013

Dyason Fellowship

University of Melbourne

2008

"Early Career Researcher" award

University of Melbourne

2006

Conference scholarship

Geochemical Society

2005

Short-course scholarship

Mineralogical Society of America

2005

Short-course scholarship

Mineralogical Association of Canada

2003

Short-course scholarship

Mineralogical Society of America

2001

Research scholarship

Clay Mineral Society of America

1998

Prestigious graduate research fellowship

NASA Space Grant Fellowship

2006

RFUSNRC - Research Fellowship of the U.S. National Research Council


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Honorary Supervisor Themis User - 625

Earth Sciences

Full Member

Australian Society for Microbiology

Full Member

American Geophysical Union

Education


Doctorate of Philosophy

University of California - Berkeley

Master of Science

Arizona State University

Bachelor of Arts (Political Science)

Arizona State University

Bachelor of Arts (English)

Arizona State University