Dr. Robin Brinkmeyer
 
Assistant Professor
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Contact Information:
Texas A&M University
5007 Avenue U
Phone: 409-741-7178
Galveston
Fax: 409-740-4787
TX, 77551 USA
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Education:
Ph.D. University of Bremen in Germany
M.S. Marine Science, University Texas at Austin
B.S. Aquatic Biology and Zoology, University Texas at Austin
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Specialty: Molecular microbial ecology
 
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Research Interests:
 

Molecular microbial ecology, Molecular systematics and phylogeny of prokaryotes, Biogeography of prokaryotic populations, Role of bacteria in biogeochemical processes

 
 
Selected Publications:
 
  • Brinkmeyer, R., Cromer, W. E., and Stein, R. (in prep for submission to Applied and Environmental Microbiology) Abundance and distribution of human enteric Adenovirus in two highly urbanized watersheds in the greater Houston, TX area.
  • Brinkmeyer, R. and Stein, R. (in prep for submission to Applied and Environmental Microbiology) Genetic diversity and predominance of human Adenovirus serotypes in Houston, TX.
  • Brinkmeyer, R., Cromer, W. E., and Ling, E. (in prep for submission to Applied and Environmental Microbiology) Detection and quantification of human enteric Adenovirus in a coastal, east Texas watershed.
  • Brinkmeyer, R., Hochman, M., and Schwarz, J. (in prep for submission to Journal of Shellfish Research) Seasonal abundance of Vibro vulnificus and V. parahaemolyticus in Galveston Bay oysters: a multi-year comparison of traditional culture and quantitative PCR methods.
  • Brinkmeyer, R., Hochman, M., and Schwarz, J. (in prep for submission to Journal of Shellfish Research) Seasonal abundance and diversity of human enteric viruses in Galveston Bay oysters populations.