PARMIN collaborators and advisers

There are many people contributing to the PARMIN project as collaborators and/or advisers, including the following groups and individuals who I wish to duly acknowledge:

Parys Underground Group – providing guidance, access and advise on all aspects of Parys Mine. Many members of this group are contributing their expertise, however special thanks go to David Jenkins who was the initial contact for the PUG and provided invaluable assistance during the early stages of the project proposal

Prof Barrie Johnson – leader of the Bangor Acidophile Research Team (BART) and expert on acidophiles and biomining. Barrie is kindly hosting me within the BART group during the term of my Fellowship at Bangor University and providing expertise in the cultivation and characterisation of acidophilic microorganisms

Dr Si Creer – of the Molecular Ecology and Fisheries Genetics Laboratory (MEGFL) at Bangor University, who is providing expertise on all things omics

Prof Jack Gilbert – of the Earth Microbiome Project (EMP) and the Argonne National Laboratory, providing sequencing facilities and analysis expertise

Dr Olga Golshina – environmental microbiologist at Bangor University, providing expertise in the cultivation of novel microorganisms

Dr Daniel Read – of the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, providing Raman expertise

Dr Tom Cotterell – of the National Museum of Wales, providing expertise on mineral identification


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