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ABOUT ME

My research focuses on the interaction of coral reef invertebrates, such as sponges, and their microbial symbionts.

I finished my PhD in 2020 at the James Cook University and the Australian Institute of Marine Science under the supervision of Dr. Nicole Webster and Prof. David Bourne. My PhD research focused on the identification of microbial indicators of coral reef health.


Since October 2020 I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Microbiology and Environmental Systems Science at the University of Vienna. My current project focuses on the interactions of microbial symbionts with tropical coral reef sponges. The project is funded by the FWF Hertha-Firnberg Fellowship. 

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RESEARCH

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INVITED SPEAKER AT ISME18

I presented my latest research on ammonia-oxidizing archaea in marine sponges at the ISME18 in Lausanne.

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COMPARATIVE GENOME-CENTRIC ANALYSIS REVEALS SEASONAL VARIATION IN THE FUNCTION OF CORAL REEF MICROBIOMES

Glasl et al (2020) The ISME Journal

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MICROBIAL INDICATORS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PERTURBATIONS IN CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEMS

Glasl et al (2019) Microbiome

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DISENTANGLING THE EFFECT OF HOST-GENOTYPE AND ENVIRONMENT ON THE MICROBIOME OF THE CORAL ACROPORA TENUIS

Glasl et al (2019) PeerJ