Introducing Sarah Middleton Williams...


I am a doctoral candidate in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Stanford.

I received my Bachelor of Engineering (Civil & Environmental Engineering) in 1995 from the University of Michigan, then came to Stanford where I completed my MS in 1998. My research focuses on biological hexavalent chromium, Cr(VI) and chromate remediation.

When not in the lab, I try to get as much fresh air as possible. I love to hike, backpack, and mountain bike. I also teach a creative writing class for elementary school kids in East Palo Alto.


Publications:

Middleton, Sarah S., R. Bencheikh-Latmani, M.R. Mackey, M.H.Ellisman, B.M. Tebo, Craig S. Criddle, 2003. Cometabolism of Cr(VI) by Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 produces cell-associated reduced chromium andinhibits growth. Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 83 (6), 627-637. (Click here to see a PDF copy).

Nyman, J., S. Middleton, and C. S. Criddle  2005.  Bioengineering for the In-situ Remediation of  Metals. Chapter 19 in Environmental Catalysis , Ed: Vicki Grassian. Marcel and Dekker Publishers, pp. 493-520.



Sarah Middleton Williams
Terman Engineering Center
380 Panama Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-4020
sarahsm@stanford.edu