Welcome to the Bradley Lab at Queen Mary University of London
ABOUT THE LAB
The Bradley Lab Queen Mary University of London, UK
The Bradley lab focusses on understanding the interactions between microorganisms and their geochemical and physical environment, over timescales from days to millions of years. We study some of the most remote and extreme environments ranging from Antarctica to the deep ocean, integrating modelling and theory development with measurements and experimentation to understand global change and biogeochemical cycles. A particular focus currently is on glaciers and permafrost in the polar regions, and in particular, how seasonal changes and microbial dormancy regulate ecological and biogeochemical processes in these environments.
Join the lab! I welcome enquiries from enthusiastic and motivated applicants from around the world. If you are interested in joining the lab as an undergraduate or graduate student, post-doc, or visiting researcher/scholar, read the info on the 'About' page and please get in touch!
Photography, consultancy & speaking: Please contact me to discuss any photo licensing, consultancy, speaking, event, or media opportunities.
Get in touch: jbradley[dot]earth[at]gmail[dot]com
PHOTO CREDIT Top: Scott's Hut, Cape Evans, Antarctica. Marc Neveu
Earth and environmental science, like other scientific disciplines, is and has been dominated by white faces and voices. Black scientists are subjected to racial bias while working at field sites, at meetings, in labs and classrooms, and in life. This must stop. Integrating a diverse set of experiences is critical for a comprehensive understanding of science. Discrimination and injustice, racially or otherwise, is not welcome and will not be tolerated in this space.
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