Microbiology and Cell Science
Dr. Stingl and Dr. Martens-Habbena teach and mentor students at the undergraduate and graduate level. Our current teaching portfolio includes MCB3023 Principles of Microbiology (co-taught by Dr. Martens-Habbena and Dr. Stingl) and a new 6000-level course in Environmental Microbiology (co-taught by Dr. Christner, Dr. Foster, Dr. Martens-Habbena and Dr. Stingl).
MCB3023 Principles of Microbiology (Spring and Fall) introduces the principles and techniques of microbiology, genetics, taxonomy, biochemistry, and ecology of microorganisms to Microbiology Majors.
MCB6656 Environmental Microbiology (Fall) provides an overview of microorganisms in the environment, including occurrence, abundance and distribution. Current research methodologies to decipher microbial processes and activities, marine microbial ecology, microbial interactions with the environment and practices of applied environmental microbiology will also be examined.
Dr. Stingl and Dr. Martens-Habbena mentor undergraduate and graduate students and provide opportunities for research experience in our laboratory at the Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center.
For more information see:
Microbiology and Cell Science Undergraduate programs
Microbiology and Cell Science Graduate programs