Aaron Martinez is a Geobiologist interested in all things at the intersection of life and the environment. He spent his PhD at the University of California, Riverside looking at lipid biomarkers and stable isotopes across mass extinctions and climatic shifts. EOAS Affiliated Postdoc at Rutgers, he is interested in the biogeochemical role of microbes in coupling the carbon, iron, and sulfur cycles in the environment. In his free time, he likes to experiment in the kitchen by fermenting food and brewing some meads!
Post Doctoral Researcher | Environmental Biophysics & Molecular Ecology