Dr. Guido Bonthond
- Microbial ecology, community ecology, marine biology
- Host and sediment associated microbiota
- Experimental and field based approaches
- I use molecular and statistical tools to address ecological quesitons
- Special interest for Seaweeds, Fungi and the North Sea
I am interested in microbial ecology and my research aims to improve our understanding of how microbial communities are shaped by their host, the environment and/or by anthropogenic impacts across different geographic and temporal scales. To approach these subjects I like to combine field-based and experimental approaches and use molecular and statistical tools.
In the environmental biochemistry group, I study how sediment associated microbiota in North Sea vary in space and time. In particular, I am studying what the effects of long-term and intensive fishing methods are on the microbial ecology of the North Sea sediment.
Dr Natural Sciences (2017 - 2020)
Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (CAU), Kiel, Germany
MSc Biological Sciences (2013 - 2016)
University of Amsterdam (UvA), Amsterdam, the Netherlands
BSc Biology (2009 - 2012)
Utrecht University (UU), Utrecht, the Netherlands