Peter Andeer is a Project Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He has worked in the Northen Laboratory since 2014 where he has studied soil metabolomics and microbial communities. He is a co-inventor of EcoFABs and for the past 2 years he has been involved in the development of EcoFAB designs, experiments, projects and programs. Prior to joining the Northen Laboratory Peter was at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution where he worked in Colleen Hansel’s laboratory studying ROS production by bacteria and at the University of Washington where he obtained his PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering under the advisement of Stuart Strand and David Stahl studying the microbial degradation of munitions.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory