Montana State University

Gerlach joins chemical and biological engineering faculty at MSU

September 15, 2006 -- MSU News Service


Robin Gerlach (MSU Photo by Elizabeth Brock)   High-Res Available

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Bozeman - Robin Gerlach has joined Montana State University's Chemical and Biological Engineering Department as an associate professor.

His research focuses on using biofilms for the control and clean up of contaminated soils and water. He will continue his association with MSU's Center for Biofilm Engineering (CBE) and the Thermal Biology Institute, where he conducts research related to biotechnology, bioremediation and biofilms in porous media.

Gerlach joined the CBE in 1996 and earned his doctorate degree in environmental engineering from MSU in 2001. Gerlach had been an assistant research professor with the CBE since 2003.

Contact: Robin Gerlach at (406) 994-1840 or robin_g@coe.montana.edu