Marc A. Rott

Year hired: Fall 1992

Marc Rott proudly displaying a fish he caught

Education:

University of Wisconsin - Madison, B.S. Bacteriology
University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1992. Ph.D. Bacteriology

Courses taught:

Fundamentals of Microbiology Lecture and Lab (MIC230)
Microbial Genetics (MIC416/516)
Bioinformatics (BIO/MIC460)
Advanced Genetics (MIC714)

Research Interests:

Prokaryotic molecular genetics
Photosynthetic Bacteria
Genomic Mapping in Bacterial Species
Genetics of alcohol metabolism in Rhodobacter sphaeroides
Bacteriophage

Hobbies/Interests

Fishing, Eating fish, Fish watching, Camping (next to good fishing spots), Canoeing (to get to good fishing spots)

Recent Publications:

Winfrey, M. R. and M. A. Rott. 1995. Retooling for the future: Molecular biology in the undergraduate laboratory. Wisconsin BioIssues. 5 (6):4-5. Molecular Biology for the Laboratory. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.