5623 Med. Sci. II (Wheeler Seminar Room)
5623 Med. Sci. II
4234 Medical Science Building I
UM scientists integrate microbial genomics, environmental chemistry, and ecosystem processes to understand harmful algal blooms. One of the key processes at the nexus of these three fields is hydrogen peroxide production and interaction with bacterial communities. Hydrogen peroxide is known to suppress certain strains of bacteria and could play a pivotal role in the rise of toxic cyanobacterial communities.