The W.K. Kellogg Biological Station community is excited to welcome Dr. Glade Dlott, who is joining the Evans Lab as a postdoctoral research associate.
Dlott, a microbial ecologist, comes to KBS from Stanford University, where he earned a doctoral degree in biology. He also holds a M.S. in environmental science and technology and a B.S. in soil science. Glade is interested in the links between landscape-scale soil properties and microscale microbial habitats, activities, and interactions.
At KBS, he’s working with Sarah Evans as well as Jennifer Lau, Indiana University associate professor, and MSU sociologist Sandy Marquart-Pyatt on a project looking at soil health and microbial adaptation to irrigation.
Glade enjoys hunting for and cooking with mushrooms. In addition to his research, other discoveries of the mycological variety likely await him in the woods, fields and wetlands of KBS.
Welcome, Glade. We’re so glad you’re here!