Rachel E. Horak, Ph.D.

1996-2000 Biology Davidson College, Davidson, NC, United States 
 2002-2004 Biology College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA 
 2004-2010 Biology Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
 2011-2014 Oceanography University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
 2014-2016 Education American Society for Microbiology 
 2019- Education American Society for Microbiology 
 2019-2019 Biology Stonehill College, Easton, MA, United States 
Microbiology Biology, Oceanography Biology, Education Research
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Mark H. Forsyth grad student 2002-2004 William and Mary (ID Tree)
Cindy Lee Van Dover grad student 2002-2004 William and Mary (Marine Ecology Tree)
Joseph Montoya grad student 2010 Georgia Tech
 (Controls on nitrogen fixation and nitrogen release in a diazotrophic endosymbiont of shipworms.)
Allan H. Devol post-doc 2011-2014 University of Washington
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Peters B, Horak R, Devol A, et al. (2018) Estimating fixed nitrogen loss and associated isotope effects using concentration and isotope measurements of NO3–, NO2–, and N2 from the Eastern Tropical South Pacific oxygen deficient zone Deep Sea Research Part Ii: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 156: 121-136
Martens-Habbena W, Qin W, Horak RE, et al. (2014) The production of nitric oxide by marine ammonia-oxidizing archaea and inhibition of archaeal ammonia oxidation by a nitric oxide scavenger. Environmental Microbiology
Horak RE, Qin W, Schauer AJ, et al. (2013) Ammonia oxidation kinetics and temperature sensitivity of a natural marine community dominated by Archaea. The Isme Journal. 7: 2023-33
Horak RE, Montoya JP. (2013) Growth, nitrogen fixation, respiration, and a nitrogen budget for cultures of a cosmopolitan diazotrophic endosymbiont (Teredinibacter turnerae) of shipworms Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 94: 177-185
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