Cooperations within the RIBES

Cooperations within the Radboud University

National cooperations

International cooperations

Cooperations within the RIBES

Aquatic Ecology & Environmental Biology

Nitrogen, methane and iron-sulfide conversion in wetland ecosystems
Prof. J. Roelofs, Dr. L. Lamers Dr. E. Visser, Dr. F. Smolders

Organismal Animal Physiology

Diversity of nitrogen cycle bacteria in piscine ecosystems
Prof. G. Flik,  Dr. P. Klaren

Environmental Science

Water quality in river ecosystems
Prof. J. Hendriks
Life cycle analysis
Prof. M. Huijbregts

Experimental Plant Ecology

Plant-microbe interaction at the oxic/anoxic interface
Prof. H. de Kroon


Cooperations within the Radboud University

Comparative Genomics, CMBI, NCMLS

Genome comparison of various bacteria
Prof. M. Huynen, Dr. S. Hijum


Machine Learning
Dr. E. Machiori, F. Gori

NCMLS, Department of Molecular Biology

Illumina Sequencing
Prof. dr. H. Stunnenberg

Department of Pediatrics, UMC

Dr. L. van der Heuvel, J. Wessels

Department of Human genetics

High-throughput sequencing
Prof. H.G. Brunner, Dr. J. Veltman


Methane cycle in aquatic ecosystems
Dr. A. Smolders


National cooperations

The Soehngen Institute of Anaerobic Microbiology

The Soehngen Institute of Anaerobic Microbiology (SIAM) is a challenging research program, established by the Radboud University, Wageningen University, Technical University Delft, and the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ).

Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Texel

Lipid and molecular analyses of marine ecosystems
Prof. J.S. Sinninghe Damsté, Dr. S. Schouten, Dr. L. Villenueva

Paques B.V., Balk

N-removal from wastewater: anammox application
Ir. J. Kruit

Centre for Wetland Ecology

Various Groups

Darwin Center for Biogeology

Biogeochemical cycling and resulting environmental change
Prof. J. Middelburg

Cellular Architecture & Dynamics, Utrecht University

Electron microscopy & electron tomography
Dr. Willie Geerts

Biotechnology, TU Delft

Anammox and nitrification
Prof. J.G. Kuenen, Prof. M. van Loosdrecht

Microbial Physiology, Wageningen University

Proteomics of anaerobic bacteria
Prof. A.J.M. Stams, Dr. C. Plugge


International cooperations

Genoscope, Evry, France

Anammox & DAMO (environmental) genomics
Dr. D. Le Paslier, Dr. J. Weissenbach

French Research Institute for exploitation of the Sea, Brest, France

Marine microbiology: anammox
Prof. D. Prieur, Prof. A. Godefroy

Marine microbiology: anammox & methanotrophy 
Prof. M. Strous, Dr. M. Kuypers

MPI-Structural Biology, Heidelberg, Germany

Structure of (anammox) proteins
Prof. I. Schlichting & Dr. T. Barends

Microbial Ecology, University of Vienna, Austria

Anammox, nitrite-oxidizing bacteria
Prof. M. Wagner, Prof. M. Horn, Dr. M. Schmid, Dr. H. Daims

University of Tasmania

Diversity of methanotrophs
Dr. L. Bodrossy

University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Planctomycete cell biology
Dr. J.A. Fuerst

Applied Microbiology Unit, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Methane and volatile sulfur compounds emitted by mangroves
Prof. A.K. Kivaisi & Dr. T.J. Lyimo

University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

NOx reductases
Prof. D. Richardson

University of York, UK

Cytochrome c expression
Dr. J. Moir

University of Warwick, UK

VOSC metabolism
Dr. H. Schaeffer

Friedrich Schiller University Jena

13C Fractionation
Prof. H. Richnow


Various Genomes
Dr. S. Tringhe

Omega Consortium

Metanotroph genomes
S. Vuillemier, Strassbourg, France
L. Stein, Alberta, Canada
M. Klotz, Charlotte, USA

University Regensburg

Lehrstuhl fur Mikrobiologie Archaeenzentrum
Dr. R. Rachel

Central University of Venezuela

J. Sanchez
J. Sanabria

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA

Marine microbiology: molecular analysis of anammox bacteria 
Prof. Katrina Edwards

Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

Prof. XiuZhu Dong

Wetland ecology
Dr. Guibing Zhu

University of Zhejang, Hangzhou, China

Anammox application
Prof. Ping Zheng & Dr. Baolan Hu

South China University of Technology, China

Oxygen limited nitrogen removal
Dr. Jia Yan

Fuhan university Shanghai, China

Diversity of anammox bacteria
Prof. Dr. Quan Zhe Hue