Astute graduate student with flexible and resourceful attitude. Quick-learning, experienced with complex biological research, and dedicated to bringing value to dynamic teams.
Led a scientific research project investigating the direct associations of dietary components to intestinal microorganisms using stable-isotope fingerprinting of proteins
Developed and optimized methods in the realms of microbiology, molecular biology, and mass-spectrometry based metaproteomics
Contributed to teamwork and supported external collaborations
Maintained laboratory operations
Investigated the bacterial degradation of soil contaminants
Mordant, A., Flores, K., Tonkonogy, S., Theriot, C., and Kleiner, M. Direct Linkage of Dietary Components with Microbial Metabolizers in Intestinal Microbiota. Seminar presentation at NCSU Microbiome Monthly Meetup. January 2020. Raleigh, NC.
Mordant, A., Al'Abri, I., Salvalto, F., Ellis, A., and Kleiner, M. The Effects of Sample Preservation Methods on the Metaproteomes of Intestinal Microbiota. Poster Presentation at the Front Range Microbiome Symposium. April 2019. Fort Collins, CO.
Mordant, A., Kleiner, M., Suitable Alternatives to Flash-freezing for Metaproteomics of Intestinal Microbiota. In preparation.
Mordant, A., Kleiner, M. In-Vivo Growth Substrates of Intestinal Microorganisms. Review. In preparation.
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