An overview of anaerobic fungi network members is available in the form of a members directory. However, in this section of the website you can read about several anaerobic fungi researchers in more detail.
Anaerobic fungi were first discovered by Professsor Colin Orpin. The ground-breaking research he conducted on the discovery and characterization of anaerobic fungi in the 1970s challenged the dogma of the time that all fungi respired. Prof Orpin is now enjoying his retirement, but you can read an interview with him and also his biography.
Details of other featured anaerobic fungi researchers can be accessed by selecting their names below:
- Lecturer and researcher Dr Sabine Podmirseg from the University of Innsbruk
- Scientist Dr Rob Gruninger from the Lethbridge Research and Development Centre
- Professor Yanfen Cheng from Nanjing Agricultural University
- Czech Republic
- Scientist Dr Kateřina Fliegerová from the Institute of Animal Physiology and Genetics
- Scientist Dr Sumit Singh Dagar from the Agharkar Research Institute.
- United Kingdom
- Senior lecturer Dr Gareth Griffith from Aberystwyth University
- United States of America
- Professor Mostafa Elshahed from Oklahoma State University
- Assistant Professor Kevin Solomon and Dr Radwa Hanafy from University of Delaware
- Associate Professor Michelle O’Malley from University of California, Santa Barbara