Research

Jinjun Kan

Jinjun Kan Ph.D.

Assistant Research Scientist

970 Spencer Road

Avondale, PA 19311

610.268.2153 x 280

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Principal Investigator of the Microbiology group

Adjunct Faculty, University of Delaware

Research Interests

Environmental microbiology and molecular microbial ecology of aquatic ecosystems, particularly freshwater and estuaries, with focus on algal, bacterial, archaeal and viral population dynamics, and interactions with local environments, including trophic interactions, nutrient cycling, and biogeochemistry.

Education

Ph. D, 2006. University of Maryland College Park (Environmental Molecular Microbiology/Biotechnology)

M. S. 1997. First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, Qingdao, China (Ecology)

B. S. 1994. Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China (Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Life Science School)

Previous Positions

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Southern California

Research Assistant at University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute

Research Assistant at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Current Projects

Long Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB): Monitoring microbial community in freshwater ecosystems, e.g. White Clay Creek (NSF 2017-2021)

Large runoff flux and transformation of particulate nitrogen (PN) following large storms: A critical but unexplored component of N cycling in watersheds (USDA 2015-2017)

Pathogen and Water quality monitoring at Delaware River Watershed (funded by Suez/United Water Inc., William Penn Foundation, Starrett Foundation, and White Clay Watershed Association, 2016-2018)

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

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  1. Pan, W., J. Kan, S. Inamdar, C. Chen, and D. Sparks. 2016. Dissimilatory microbial iron reduction release DOC (dissolved organic carbon) from carbon-ferrihydrite association. Soil Biol. & Biochem. 103:232-240.
  2. Kan, J., S. Clingenpeel, C. Dow, T. McDermott, R. Macur, W. P. Inskeep, and K. Nealson. 2016. Geochemistry and mixing drive the spatial distribution of free-living Archaea and Bacteria in Yellowstone Lake. Front. Microbiol. 7:210.
  3. Rosier, C. L., D. F. Levia, J. T. Van Stan, and J. Kan. 2016. Seasonal dynamics of soil microbial community structure in the proximal area of tree boles: possible influence of stemflow. Plant and Soil. 73:108-118.
  4. Wang, J., L. Borecki, x. Zhang, D. Wang, J. Kan, and J. Sun. 2016. A snapshot on spatial and vertical distribution of bacterial communities in the Eastern Indian Ocean. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. 35:85-93.
  5. Zhang, X., J. Kan, J. Wang, H. Gu, J. Hu, Y. Zhao, and J. Sun. 2015. First record of a large-scale bloom-causing species Nannothloropsis granulata (Monodopsidaceae, Eustigmatophyceae) in China Sea Waters. Ecotoxicology. 24:1430-1441.
  6. Inskeep, W. P., Z. J. Jay, R. E. Macur, S. Clingenpeel, A. Tenney, D. Lovalvo, J. P. Beam, M. A. Kozubal, W. C. Shanks, L. A. Morgan, J. Kan, Y. Gorby, S. Yooseph, and K. Nealson. 2015. Geomicrobiology of sublacustrine thermal vents in Yellowstone Lake: geochemical controls on microbial community structure and function. Front. Microbiol. 6:1044.
  7. Stone, M. M., J. Kan, and A. F. Plante. 2015. Parent material and vegetation influence bacterial community structure and nitrogen functional genes along deep tropical soil profiles at the Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory. Soil Biol. & Biochem. 80:273-282.
  8. Rosier, C., J. van Stan, L. Moore, J. Schrom, T. Wu, J. Reichard, and J. Kan. 2015. Forest canopy structural controls over throughfall affect soil microbial community structure in an epiphyte-laden maritime oak stand. Ecohydrology. 8:1459-1470.
  9. Hong, Y., X. Xu, J. Kan, and F. Chen. 2014. Linking seasonal inorganic nitrogen shift to the dynamics of microbial communities in the Chesapeake Bay. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 98:3219-3229.
  10. Mosher, J. J., B. Bowman, E. L. Bernberg, O. Shevchenko, J. Kan, J. Korlach, and L. A. Kaplan. 2014. Improved performance of the PacBio SMRT technology for 16S rDNA sequencing. J Microbiol. Methods. 104: 59-60.
  11. S. Clingenpeel, J. Kan, R. E. Macur, T. Woyke, D. Lovalvo, J. Varley, W. P. Inskeep, K. H. Nealson, and T. McDermott. 2013. Yellowstone Lake Nanoarchaeota. Front. Microbiol. 4: 274.
  12. Kan, J., A. Obraztsova, Y. Wang, J. Leather, K. G. Scheckel, K. H. Nealson, Y. M. Arias-Thode. 2013. Apatite and chitin amendments promote microbial activity and augment metal removal in marine sediments. OJMetal, Heavy metal special issue. 3: 51-61.
  13. Conley, J. M., D.H. Funk, D. H. Hesterberg, L. Hsu, J. Kan, Y. Liu, and D. B. Buchwalter. 2013. Bioconcentration and biotransformation of selenite versus selenate exposed periphyton and subsequent toxicity to the mayfly Centroptilum triangulifer. Environ. Sci. Technol. 47: 7965-7973.
  14. Jang, J.K, J. Kan, O Bretschger, Y. A. Gorby, L. Hsu, B. H. Kim, and K. H. Nealson. 2013. Electricity generation from microbial fuel cell using microorganisms as catalyst in cathode. J Microbiol. Biotechnol. 2013. 23:1765-1773.
  15. Mosher, J. J., E. L. Bernberg, O. Shevchenko, J. Kan, and L. A. Kaplan. 2013. Efficacy of a 3rd generation high-throughput sequencing platform for analyses of 16S rRNA genes from environmental samples. J Microbiol. Methods. 95: 175-181.
  16. Futamata, H., O. Bretschger, A. Cheung, J. Kan, R. Owen, and K. H. Nealson. 2013. Adaptation of soil microbes during establishment of microbial fuel cell consortium fed with lactate. J. Biosci. Bioeng. 115:58-63.
  17. Huang, Y., Z. He, J. Kan, A. K. Manohar, K. H. Nealson, and F. Mansfeld. 2012. Electricity generation from a floating marine microbial fuel cell. Bioresource Technol. 114:308-313.
  18. Helton, R.R., K. Wang, J. Kan, D.H. Powell, and K.E. Wommack. 2012. Interannual dynamics of viriobenthos abundance and morphological diversity in Chesapeake Bay sediments. FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. 79:474-486.
  19. Kan, J., and J. Sun. 2011. Bacterial community biodiversity in estuaries and its controlling factors: a case study in Chesapeake Bay. Biodiversity Sci. 19:770-778.
  20. Kan, J., P. Chellamuthu, A. Obraztsova, J. E. Moore, and K. H. Nealson. 2011. Diverse bacterial groups are associated with corrosive lesions at a granite mountain record vault (GMRV). J. Appl. Microbiol. 111:329-337.
  21. Kan, J., Y. Wang, A. Obraztsova, G. Rosen, J. Leather, K. Scheckel, K. H. Nealson, and Y. M. Arias-Thode. 2011. Bacterial community response to inorganic and organic amendments in marine sediments. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf. 74:1931-1941.
  22. Rosen, G., J. Leather, J. Kan, and Y. M. Arias-Thode. 2011. Ecotoxicological response of marine organisms to inorganic and organic sediment amendments in laboratory exposure. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf. 74:1921-1930.
  23. Kan, J., B. Flood, J. P. McCrow, J. S. Kim, L. Tan, and K. H. Nealson. 2011. A rapid fingerprinting approach to distinguish between closely related strains of Shewanella. J Microbiol. Methods 86:62-68.
  24. Kan, J., S. Clingenpeel, R. E. Macur, W. P. Inskeep, D. Lavalvo, J. Varley, Y. Gory, T. R. McDermott, and K. H. Nealson. 2011. Archaea in Yellowstone Lake. ISME J. 5:1784-1795.
  25. Clingenpeel, S., R. E. Macur, J. Kan, W. P. Inskeep, D. Lavalvo, J. Varley, E. Mathur, K. Nealson, Y. Goby, T. L. Fracois, and T. R. McDermott. 2011. Yellowstone Lake: High energy geochemistry and rich bacterial diversity. Environ. Microbiol. 13:2172-2185.
  26. Kan, J., L. Hsu, A. C. M. Cheung, M. Pirbazari, and K. H. Nealson. 2011. Current production by bacterial communities in microbial fuel cells enriched from wastewater sludge with different electron donors. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45:1139-1146.
  27. Williamson, K. E., J. Kan, S. W. Polson, and S. J. Williamson. 2011. Optimizing the indirect extraction of prokaryotic DNA from soils. Soil Biol. Biochem. 43:736-748.
  28. Isaacs, L.T., J. Kan, L. Nguyen, P. Videau, M. A. Anderson, T. L. Wright and R. T. Hill. 2009. Comparison of the bacterial communities of wild and captive sponge Clathria prolifera from the Chesapeake Bay. Mar. Biotech. 11:758-770.
  29. Z. He, J. Kan, Y. Wang, Y. Huang, F. Mansfeld, and K. H. Nealson. 2009. Electricity production coupled to ammonium in a microbial fuel cell. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43:3391-3397.
  30. Z. He, Kan, J., F. Mansfeld, L. T. Angenent, and K. H. Nealson. 2009. Self-sustained phototrophic microbial fuel cells based on the synergistic cooperation between photosynthetic microorganisms and heterotrophic bacteria. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43:1648-1654.
  31. Kan, J., S. E. Evans, F. Chen and M. T. Suzuki. 2008. Novel estuarine bacterioplankton in rRNA operon libraries from the Chesapeake Bay. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 51:55-66.
  32. Mohamed, N. M., E. Cicirelli, J. Kan, F. Chen, C. Fuqua and R. T. Hill. 2008. Diversity and quorum sensing signal production of Proteobacteria associated with marine sponges. Environ. Microbiol. 10:75-86.
  33. Yin, K., X. Song, S. Liu, J. Kan, and P. Qian. 2008. Is inorganic nutrient enrichment a driving force for the formation of red tides? A case study of the dinoflagellate Scrippsiella trochoidea in an embayment. Harmful Algae. 8:54-59.
  34. Kan, J., M. Suzuki, K. Wang, S.E. Evans, and F. Chen. 2007. High temporal but low spatial heterogeneity of bacterioplankton in the Chesapeake Bay. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 73:6776-6789.
  35. Kan, J., B. C. Crump, K. Wang, and F. Chen. 2006. Bacterioplankton community in Chesapeake Bay: Predictable or random assemblages. Limnol. Oceanogr. 51:2157-2169.
  36. Chen, F., K. Wang, J. Kan, M. Suzuki, E. Wommack, and W. Coats. 2006. Diverse and unique picocyanobacteria found in the Chesapeake Bay. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 72 (3): 2239-2243.
  37. Kan, J., K. Wang and F. Chen. 2006. Temporal variation and detection limit of an estuarine bacterioplankton community analyzed by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE). Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 42:7-18.
  38. Kan, J., T. E. Hanson, J. M. Ginter, K. Wang, F. Chen. 2005. Metaproteomic analysis of Chesapeake Bay microbial communities. Saline Systems 1:7.
  39. Bettarel, Y., J. Kan, K. Wang, S. Cooney, K. Williamson, F. Chen, E. Wommack, and W. Coats. 2005. Isolation and characterization of a small nuclear inclusion virus infecting the diatom Chaetoceros c.f. gracilis. Aquat. Microbial. Ecol. 40:103-114.
  40. Wu, M., L. Song, J. Ren, J. Kan and P. Qian. 2004. Assessment of microbial dynamics in the Pearl River Estuary by 16S rRNA terminal restriction fragment analysis. Continental Shelf Research 24:1925-1934.
  41. Chen, F., K. Wang, J. Kan, D. Bachoon, J. Lu, S. Lau, and L. Campbell. 2004. Phylogenetic diversity of Synechococcus in the Chesapeake Bay revealed by Ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase-oxygenase (RuBisCO) large subunit gene (rbcL) sequences. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 36:153-164.
  42. Kan, J., and F. Chen. 2004. Co-monitoring bacterial and dinoflagellates communities by Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis (DGGE) and SSU rDNA sequencing during a dinoflagellates Bloom. Acta Oceanologia Sinica. 23:483-492.
  43. Hong, X., Y. Yang and J. Kan. 1998. A study on induced metamorphosis of larvae of the Bay Scallop Argopecten irradians. J. Oceanogr. Huanghai & Bohai Seas. 16(3): 47-51.
  44. Hong, X., J. Kan and B. Wu. 1996. Mutual effects of different inducers on larval settlement and metamorphosis of Haliotis discus hannai Ino (Gastrapoda, Mollusca). J. Oceanogr. Huanghai & Bohai Seas. 14(4): 28-33. Back to top

Contributed Books

Kan, J., T. E. Hanson, and F. Chen. 2011. Synchronicity between population structure and proteome profiles: A metaproteomic analysis of Chesapeake Bay bacterial communities. In: Frans J. de Bruijn (ed.). Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology I; Metagenomics and Complementary Approaches. Wiley-Blackwell, pp 637-644.

Jiao, N.Z., C.L. Zhang, F. Chen, J. Kan, and F. Zhang. 2008. Frontiers and Technological Advances in Microbial Processes and Carbon Cycling in the Ocean. In: Lea P. Mertens (ed.). Biological Oceanography Research Trends. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Hauppauge, New York. pp 217-267.

Kan, J. et al., 1999. National Climbing Plan B: Study on better quality and disease resistance of marine aquaculture (III) Reproduction, attachment and metamorphosis of mollusks (B. Wu Ed.), Shandong Science and Technology Press, Jinan, P. R. China.

Presentations

Kan, J., D. Karwan, and A. Aufdenkampe. Storm events restructured microbial community and their biogeochemical potentials. AGU Chapman Meeting. Jan 22-27, 2017. San Juan, PR. Oral Presentation.

Krieg, C., I. Shreeram, J. Kan, and R. Vargas. After the storm: assessing the content, transformation, and fate of nitrogen in floodplain sediments in aquatic ecosystems. AGU. Dec. 12-16, 2016. San Francisco, CA. Poster Presentation.

Johnson, E., D. Rowland, J. Protokowicz, I. Shreeram, J. Kan, and R. Vargas. POM pulses: characterizing the physical and chemical properties of particulate organic matter (POM) mobilized by large storm events and its influence on receiving fluvial systems. AGU. Dec. 12-16, 2016. San Francisco, CA. Poster Presentation.

Arscott, D., J. Kan, J. K. Jackson, S. Morgan, and J. Egan. Increasing occurrence of high fecal indicator bacteria (FIB) in headwater streams within the lower Delaware River Watershed. 11th Annual Susquehanna River Symposium. Nov. 11-12, 2016. Lewisburg, PA. Oral Presentation.

Kan, J., J. Mosher, L. Kaplan. Biogeographic distribution of bacterial communities in headwater streams: a Meta-Ecosystem approach. ISME-16. August 21-26, 2016. Montreal, Canada. Poster Presentation. Kan, J. Composition and distribution of Bacteria and DOM in freshwater environments. National Biodiversity Conference. Oct. 9-12, 2016. Beijing China. Oral Presentation.

J. Kan and A. Aufdenkampe. Overview of microbial ecology at CRB-CZO. Cross-CZO Microbial Ecology Workshop. Nov 16-17, 2015. Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL. Oral Presentation.

Mosher, J, L. Kaplan, J. Kan, R. Findlay, T. Branan and C. Griffith. Linkage of Longitudinal Patterns of Bacterial Community Composition and Dissolved Organic Matter Composition Across a River Continuum in Two Distant Watersheds. American Society for Microbiology 115th General Meeting, May 30-June 2, 2015. New Orleans, LA. Poster Presentation.

Pan, W., J. Kan, S. Inamdar, C. Chen, and D. L. Sparks. Anaerobic Microbial Degradation of Ferrihydrite-Adsorbed Organic Carbon: DOC and Fe(II) Release Mediated By Dissimilatory Iron Reduction, Soil Science Annual Meeting, Nov. 2-6, 2014, Long Beach, CA. Poster Presentation.

Kan, J., O. Lazareva, C. Dow, C. Chan, and A. Aufdenkampe. Contrasting population dynamics of pore water bacterial communities across stream banks at the Christina River Basin-Critical Zone Observatory. ISME-15. Aug 24-29, 2014. Seoul, South Korea. Poster presentation.

Rosier, C., D. Levia, J. Van Stan, and J. Kan. Seasonal dynamics of soil microbial community structure in the proximal area o ftree boles: possible influence of stemflow. AGU. Dec. 15-19, 2014. San Francisco, CA. Poster Presentation.

Mosher, J., L. Kaplan, J. Kan, R. Findlay, D. Podgorski, A. McKenna, T. Branan, and C. Griffith. Are longitudinal patterns of bacterial community composition and dissolved organic matter composition linked across a river continuum? AGU. Dec. 9-13, 2013. San Francisco, CA. Oral Presentation.

Chan, C, S. McAllister, S. Krepski, C. Lin, O. Lazareva, and J. Kan. A novel Fe(II)-oxidizing Epsilonproteobacterium from a streambank aquifer. AGU. Dec. 9-13, 2013. San Francisco, CA. Poster Presentation.

J. Kan, D. Karwan, O. Lazareva, C. Rosier, A. Aufdenkampe, D. L. Sparks, L. A. Kaplan, J. Pizzuto, K. Yoo. The Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory (CRB-CZO): Quantifying carbon sequestration by integrating spatial and temporal carbon and mineral fluxes. The 2nd International Conference of Geobiology-Critical Zone Observatories for sustainable soil development and beyond. Sep. 4-8, 2012, Wuhan, China. Oral Presentation.

Lazareva, O., Sparks, D.L., Pan, W., Kan, J., and Aufdenkampe, A. 2012. Biogeochemical dynamics of aqueous Fe and Mn in soil pore-waters and stream with respect to dissolved organic matter (DOM) quantity and quality. Goldschmidt Conf. on Geochemistry, June 24-29, 2012. Montreal, Canada. Poster Presentation.

Lazareva, O., Sparks, D.L., Aufdenkampe, A., Kan, J., Hicks, S., LeMonte, J., Pan, W., and Chen, C. 2012. Biogeochemical transformation of Fe- and Mn- along a redox gradient: Implications for carbon sequestration within the Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory. ACS National Meeting, March 25-29, 2012. San Diego, CA, USA. Oral Presentation.

Rosier, C., J. Kan, A. Aufdenkampe, K. Yoo. Subsoil organic matter complexation and stablilization: assessment of abiotic and biotic controls. AGU. Dec. 5-9, 2011. San Francisco, CA. Poster Presentation.

Lazareva, O., Sparks, D.L., Aufdenkampe, A., Yoo, K., Hicks, S., Kan, J. 2011. Role of Fe- and Mn- redox coupling on the carbon cycle in a mixed land use watershed: Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory. 21th Annual Goldschmidt Conference on Geochemistry, August 14-19, 2011. Prague, Czech Republic. Poster Presentation.

Lazareva, O., Sparks, D.L., Aufdenkampe, A., Yoo, K., Hicks, S., Kan, J. 2011. Role of Fe- and Mn- redox coupling on the carbon cycle in a mixed land use watershed. CZO National Meeting, May 8-12, 2011. Tuscon, AZ, USA. Poster Presentation.

Hsu, L., J. Kan, M. Pirbazari, K. Nealson. 2010. Bioremediation potential of mixed culture microbial fuel cell communities. 2010 AIChE Annual Meeting, November 7-12, 2010. Salt Lake City, UT, USA. Oral Presentation.

Kan, J., S. Clingenpeel, R. E. Macur, W. P. Inskeep, D. Lavalvo, J. Varley, Y. Gory, T. R. McDermott, and K. Nealson. 2010. Novel and diverse Archaea in Yellow Stone Lake. The 13th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, ISME-13. August 22-27, 2010. Seattle, USA. Poster Presentation.

Inskeep, W., R. Macur, Z. Jay, S. Clingenpeel, A. Tenney, D. Lavalvo, W. Shanks, T. McDermott, J. Kan, Y. Gorby, L. Morgan, S. Yooseph, J. Varley, and K. Nealson. Geomicrobiology of hydrothermal vents in Yellowstone Lake: phylogenetic and functional analysis suggest importance of geochemistry. AGU. Dec. 13-17, 2010. San Francisco, CA. Oral Presentation.

Hsu, L., J. Kan, A. Cheung, and K. H. Nealson. 2009. Effects of carbon source on enrichment in microbial fuel cells. ACS National Meeting and Exposition. August 19, 2009. Washington, D.C., USA. Oral Presentation.

Kan, J., Y. M. Arias-Thode, Y. Wang, A. Obraztsova, G. Rosen, J. Leather, and K. Nealson. 2008. Bacterial and benthic community response to inorganic and organic sediment amendments. The 12th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, ISME-12. August 17-22, 2008. Cairns, Australia. Poster Presentation.

Kan, J. , Z. He, F. Mansfeld, and K. H. Nealson. 2008. Current production and microbial diversity in self-sustained phytosynthetic microbial fuel cells. The 1st International Symposium of Microbial Fuel Cell. May 27-29, 2008. University Park, Penn State University, USA. Poster Presentation.

Wang, Y., J. Kan, A. Obraztsova, and K. Nealson. 2007. Physiological and phylogenetic properties of Shewanella spp. ASM 2008 General Meeting, June 1-5, Boston, MA. Poster Presentation.

Kan, J., T. Hanson, E. Wommack, and F. Chen. 2007. Seasonal synchronicity between microbial community DNA and proteomic patterns in the Chesapeake Bay. 4th Annual Microbial Observatories Workshop, Washington DC. March 1-3, 2007. Poster Presentation.

Crump, B. C., H. E. Adams, F. Chen, J. E. Hobbie, J. Kan, and G. W. Kling. 2006. Synchrony and seasonality in bacterioplankton community composition. The 11th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, ISME-11. August 20-25, 2006. Vienna, Austria. Oral Presentation.

Hanson, T., J. Kan, A. Snellinger, M. Joohnston, and F. Chen. Environmental proteomics: profiling complex microbial communities. AGU. Dec. 11-15, 2006. San Francisco, CA. Oral Presentation.

Kan, J., B. C. Crump, K. Wang, and F. Chen. 2006. Bacterioplankton community in Chesapeake Bay: Predictable or random assemblages. GRC Conference on MARINE MICROBES, July 23-28, 2006, The University of New England, Biddeford, ME. Poster Presentation.

Kan, J., T. Hanson, C. Cary, E. Wommack, R. Hill, F. Chen. 2006. Community proteomics, a new way to explore microbial functions innatural environments. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Summer Meeting, June 5-9, 2006, Victoria, Canada. Poster Presentation.

Kan, J., T. Hanson, B. Campbell, C. Cary, E. Wommack, R. Hill, and F. Chen. Meta-proteomics, a new way to explore microbial function in natural environments. HUPO 4th Annual World Congress, August 28-September 1, 2005. Munich, Germany. Poster Presentation. The abstract was published in Molecular and Cellular Proteomics 4.8 (Suppl. 1):S286

Kan, J., T. Hanson, K. Wang, B. Campbell, C. Cary, E. Wommack, R. Hill, and F. Chen. Meta-proteomics, a New Way to Explore Microbial Processes in the Ocean? International Marine Biotechnology Conference, June 7-12, 2005, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. Oral Presentation.

Kan, J., T. Hanson, B. Campbell, C. Cary, E. Wommack, R. Hill, and F. Chen. Meta-proteomics, a new way to explore microbial processes in the ocean? NSF 3rd Microbial Observatories Workshop, September 12-14, 2004. Big Sky, MT. Oral Presentation.

Chen, F., and J. Kan. A proteomic study of picoplankton community. The 10th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, ISME-10. August 22-27, 2004. Cancun, Mexico. Oral Presentation.

Kan, J., M. Suzuki, K. Wang, and F. Chen. Spatial and temporal variation of Chesapeake bacterioplankton communities revealed by DGGE and clone libraries. The 10th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, ISME-10. August 22-27, 2004. Cancun, Mexico. Poster Presentation.

Kan, J. and F. Chen. Genetic fingerprinting and proteomic analysis of bacterial communities in the Chesapeake Bay. Marine Biotechnology Conference September 21-27, 2003, Chiba, Japan. Oral Presentation.

Kan, J., M. Suzuki and F. Chen. Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Bacterial Community in the Chesapeake Bay. The 103rd General Meeting of American Society for Microbiology, May 18-22, 2003, Washington DC. Poster Presentation.

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Memberships

American Society for Microbiology

American Society of Limnology and Oceanography

International Society for Microbial Ecology