Birthe Veno Kjellerup
Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences
Hoffberger Science Building G40
Ph.D. (Environmental Microbiology), Aalborg University, Denmark
Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest
Biofilms in Humans, the Environment, or Industrial Settings
Kjellerup B.V, Kjeldsen K, Lopes, F, Abildgaard, L. Ingvorsen K, Frølund B, Sowers, K. Nielsen P.H., “Biocorrosion and biofilm formation in a nutrient limited heating system subjected to alternating microaerophilic conditions,” 25(8), 727-737, Biofouling, 2009.
Kjellerup B.V, Olesen B.H, Nielsen J.L, Sowers, K. R, Nielsen P.H., “Spatial distribution of bacteria involved in cathodic depolarization and stainless steel surface corrosion,” Journal of Applied Microbiology, 105(6), 2231-2238, 2008.
May H.D, Miller G.S, Kjellerup B.V, Sowers K.R., “Dehalorespiration with polychlorinated biphenyls by an anaerobic ultramicrobacterium,” Applied Environmental Microbiology, 74:7, 2089-2094, 2008.
Kjellerup B.V, Xueli S, Ghosh U, May H, Sowers, K., “Site specific microbial communities in three PCB-impacted sediments are associated with different in situ dechlorinating activities,” Environmental Microbiology, 10(5), 1296-1309, 2008.
Kjeldsen, K, Kjellerup B.V, Frølund B, Lorenzen J, Nielsen J.L, Nielsen P.H, Ingvorsen K., “Characterisation of bacterial communities in biofilms grown on metal surfaces in an alkaline district heating system,” FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 61(2), 384–397, 2007.