Marc A. Rott

Year hired: Fall 1992

Marc Rott proudly displaying a fish he caught


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


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.