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Week 10 - It's been fun!

My last week at CMOP has been filled with a lot of hard work, but it definitely paid off. This week I had primarily been working on my final paper, getting my presentation ready, and performing some final analysis on my data. Overall I have had a very productive summer and have really been able to answer some interesting questions with the metagenomic data I have been woking with. Specifically, I was able to identify a genetic basis for the biogeochemical transformation of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, sulfur, and methane in critical metabolic pathways within the microbial community. 

Special thanks to my frontline mentor Rick Davis, senior mentor Brad Tebo, and the Haygood/Tebo lab as well as NSF and CMOP for this great opportunity. A summer well spent!