JENNY M. TALBOT 
 Ph.D.  
Stanford University
 


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I am an ecologist studying the fine-scale biochemical mechanisms that give rise to patterns in large-scale ecosystem processes. My research intersects the fields of chemistry, microbiology, community ecology, and earth system science. Currently, I study the mechanisms that structure patterns of organic matter decomposition, the role of plant-microbial mutualisms in ecosystem-level carbon and nutrient cycling, and terrestrial feedbacks to global change.


This summer, I will be starting a position as Assistant Professor of Microbial Ecology in the Department of Biology at Boston University. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in writing a fellowship proposal to do parallel research!
       
Stanford University
Department of Biology
Gilbert Hall, Room 109
371 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-5020
jmtalbot@stanford.edu
jmtalbot@bu.edu
@talbot_jenny

Photos by Calen May-Tobin