Simons Postdoctoral Fellow in Marine Microbial Ecology
lambertb at uw.edu
I’m an engineer turned microbial ecologist interested in applying machine learning techniques to environmental ‘omics data.
- 2019 Ph.D. Oceanographic Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program. Thesis title: Observing Microbial Processes at the Microscale with In Situ Technology.
- 2012 B.Sc. Civil and Environmental Engineering. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada.
- 2019- Post-Doctoral Research Associate, School of Oceanography, UW
- 2015-2018 Scientific Assistant, ETH Zurich
- 2012-2015 Research Assistant, MIT-WHOI Joint Program
- Motility drives bacterial encounter with particles responsible for carbon export throughout the ocean. Bennett Lambert, Vicente Fernandez, and Roman Stocker. L&O:Letters (2019)
- The role of microbial motility and chemotaxis in symbiosis. Jean-Baptiste Raina, Vicente Fernandez, Bennett Lambert, Roman Stocker, and Justin Seymour. Nature Reviews Microbiology (2019)
- A microfluidics-based in situ chemotaxis assay to study the behavior of aquatic microbial communities. Bennett Lambert, Jean-Baptiste Raina, Vicente Fernandez, Christian Rinke, Nachshon Siboni, Francesco Rubino, Philip Hugenholtz, Gene Tyson, Justin Seymour, and Roman Stocker. Nature Microbiology (2017)
- A fluorescence-activated cell sorting subsystem for the Imaging FlowCytobot. Bennett Lambert, Robert J. Olson, and Heidi M. Sosik. L&O: Methods (2016)
- Pond fractals in a tidal flat. B.B. Cael, Bennett Lambert, and Kelsey Bisson. Phys. Rev. E 92 (2015)
- Fabrication and Deployment of the In Situ Chemotaxis Assay (ISCA) (Available here)