November 7, 2019, 9:30am HAST/ 12:30pm PST / 3:30pm EST
Dr. James Bradley, Queen Mary University of London
James Bradley earned his PhD in Arctic soil biogeochemistry from the University of Bristol in 2016. He was subsequently awarded a C-DEBI postdoctoral fellowship, followed by a Deep Carbon Observatory DLMV fellowship, working at the University of Southern California and modelling microbial communities, bio-energetics and organic carbon degradation in marine sediments. James was recently appointed as an Assistant Professor at Queen Mary University of London, where his research interests broadly fall within geomicrobiology and environmental science: particularly developing modelling and experimental approaches to investigate the deep biosphere, glaciers, and Arctic soils.