Physiology and biochemistry of microbial reductive dehalogenation of chlorinated phenols and chlorinated ethenes
Physiology and biochemistry of microbial degradation of glyphosate and AMPA
Assessment of transformation reactions of organic contaminants using compound specific (stable) isotope analysis: differentiation of reaction mechanisms and identification of rate-limiting steps
Combining molecular biological analyses (e.g. mRNA quantification) with CSIA to study stable isotope fractionation of chlorinated ethenes during expression of multiple reductive dehalogenases enzymes
Effect of microbial community composition on stable isotope fractionation of chlorinated ethenes
Application of CSIA to evaluate bioavailability restrictions during microbial degradation of glyphosate and AMPA
Junior group leader environmental isotope chemistry and microbiology
in the Environmental Mineralogy and Environmental Chemistry group of Prof. Stefan B. Haderlein, University of Tübingen
Dr. rer. nat.
University of Tübingen, Center for Applied Geosciences, Environmental Mineralogy and Chemistry Group. Thesis: "Investigating the Variability of Stable Isotope Fractionation (C, Cl) During Microbial Reductive Dehalogenation of Chlorinated Ethenes". Advisors: Prof. Stefan B. Haderlein and Assoc. Prof. Sebastian Behrens.
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Geoecology, University of Tübingen. Thesis: "Stable carbon isotope fractionation of PCE and TCE in defined mixed cultures of Desulfitobacterium hafniense strain Y51 and Desulfitobacterium sp. strain PCE1"
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Biogeoscience, University of Koblenz-Landau. Thesis: "Acidotoleranz oder Acidophilie? – Wachstumsversuche mit einem Sulfat reduzierenden Bakterium aus einem schwefelsauren Bergbaurestsee"
|Büsing, J., Buchner, D., Behrens, S., & Haderlein, S. B. (2020). Deciphering the Variability of Stable Isotope (C, Cl) Fractionation of Tetrachloroethene Biotransformation by Desulfitobacterium strains Carrying Different Reductive Dehalogenases Enzymes. Environmental Science & Technology, 54(3), 1593-1602.|
|Environmental Chemistry: Environmental isotope chemistry of organic compounds and environmnetal microbiology part (BSc, 3 ECTS)|
Environmental isotope chemistry of organic compounds (MSc, 3 ECTS)
|Aquatic & Environmental Chemistry II - Lab Course (MSc, 6 ECTS)|