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Nina Bartlau (geb. Heinzmann)

Postdoc

Department of Molecular Ecology

MPI for Marine Microbiology
Celsiusstr. 1
D-28359 Bremen
Germany

Phone: 

+49 421 2028-9510

Nina Bartlau (geb. Heinzmann)
 

My Research

Mortality factors of bacteriaplankton

While factors inducing phytoplankton and succeeding bacterioplankton blooms are intensively studied and fairly well understood, the mortality factors responsible for the subsequent decrease in microbial abundance are not well explored yet. To show the relevance of phage lysis as mortality factor, I isolated and characterized lytic phages from the coastal waters off Helgoland in the German Bight during the annual spring phytoplankton bloom using previously identified bacterial key groups of the spring bloom as host strains.

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2020-present

Postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology

2016-2020

PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology

2014-2016

Master of Science (Marine Microbiology) at the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology

2011-2014

Bachelor of Science (Biology) at the University of Bremen

2013

Semester abroad at the James Cook University, Townsville, Australia

Conferences

Talk

Title: Phages are a mortality factor of bacterial key groups during a spring bloom

 

Poster

Evergreen Meeting (2019), Olympia, USA

Titel: Phages are a mortality factor of bacterial key groups during marine spring phytoplankton blooms

Viruses of Microbes (2018), Wroclaw, Poland

Title: Phages are a mortality factor of bacterial key groups during a spring bloom

Symposium on Aquatic Microbial Ecology (SAME) 15 (2017), Zagreb, Croatia

Title: Newly isolated bacteriophages from bacterial key groups during a spring bloom off Helgoland

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