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CURRICULUM VITAE updated 1/5/15


Jed Alan Fuhrman

Address: Department of Biological Sciences

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA 90089-0371

Contact: (213) 740-5757 or -5759 FAX: 740-8123 email: fuhrman@usc.edu

Websites: fuhrmanlab.usc.edu, scholar.google.com/citations?user=VjvupJUAAAAJ&hl=en



EDUCATION

Ph.D., Oceanography, 1981. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego

S.B., Biology, 1977. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Faculty positions:

Assistant Professor of Oceanography, SUNY Stony Brook, 1981-1986

Associate Professor of Oceanography, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1986-88

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Southern California, 1988 -1992

Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Southern California, 1992-present

Department Chair (Biological Sciences), 1994-1996

McCulloch-Crosby Chair of Marine Biology 1995 – present

Section Head, Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography 2009-12

Other:


Research Collaborator, Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1985-1988

Editorial Advisor of Marine Ecology - Progress Series, 1988-93,

Senior Editorial Advisor (sub-editor) 1993-97; Contributing Editor, 1997-2003; Editorial Board 2003-2006

Editorial Advisor of Marine Microbial Food Webs, 1992-1995

Editorial Board, Microbial Ecology 2006-2007

Editorial Board, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1997 -2000

Subject Editor (empowered to accept/reject manuscripts) of Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 1995 - present

Editorial Board, Environmental Microbiology 2003-present

Editorial Board, ISME Journal, 2006-present

Editorial Board, Microbiome (BioMed Central), 2012-



PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Society of Limnology and Oceanography

American Association for the Advancement of Science (ASLO representative to the Biological Sciences Section of AAAS 1984-93)

American Society for Microbiology

Sigma Xi

The Oceanography Society (charter member)

American Geophysical Union

International Society for Microbial Ecology (charter member)



HONORS, FELLOWSHIPS, SCHOLARSHIPS, VISITING POSITIONS

Phi Beta Kappa (MIT chapter), 1977

National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 1977-80

Riker Fellowship at Bermuda Biological Station, summer 1987

Visiting Professor, University of Copenhagen, spring 1988

McCulloch-Crosby Chair of Marine Biology (at USC), 1995 - present

Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1997

Visiting Distinguished Scientist, Texas A&M University, April 1997

Steinbach Scholar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, July 2000

Highly Cited Researcher, Institute for Scientific Information, ISIHighlyCited.com, 2002-present

Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology, 2003

G. Evelyn Hutchinson Medal (American Society of Limnology & Oceanography) 2006

Albert S. Raubenheimer Outstanding Faculty Award (USC) 2006

Eminent Scholar Series Lecturer, University of South Florida, 2009

Van Neil Lecturer, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, 2012

Visiting Professor, University of Pierre and Marie Curie, Banyuls sur mer, France, 2012

Visiting Professor, Institute for Marine Sciences, Barcelona, Spain, 2012

Faculty of 1000 member 2012-

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Marine Microbiology Initiative Investigator, 2013-

Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2013-



RESEARCH INTERESTS

Aquatic microbial ecology and biological oceanography; functioning of microbial systems - particularly, roles of bacteria, archaea, and viruses in natural systems; microbial biodiversity and identification of nonculturable bacteria and archaea and their functions; microbial biogeography and its causal factors; interactions with dissolved and particulate organic matter; two-way interactions with other chemical and physical processes; rates of bactivory and viral infection; rates of nutrient regeneration; application of biochemical and molecular biological approaches to these problems; connections to global cycles; microbial association networks; human impacts on aquatic systems, pathogens and related health hazards. Rapid measurements of human pathogenic viruses and bacteria in environmental samples of water and air.



PUBLICATIONS (h-index = 77 by Google Scholar, 68 by Web of Science, 9/2014)

1. Fuhrman, J.A., S.W. Chisholm, and R.R.L. Guillard. 1978. Marine alga Platymonas sp. accumulates silicon without apparent requirement. Nature (London) 272: 244-246

2. Hollibaugh, J.T., J.A. Fuhrman, and F. Azam. 1980. Radioactively labeling of natural assemblages of bacterioplankton for use in trophic studies. Limnol. Oceanogr. 25: 172-181

3. Fuhrman, J.A., and F. Azam. 1980. Bacterioplankton secondary production estimates for coastal waters of British Columbia, Antarctica, and California. Appl. Envir. Microbiol. 39:1085-1095 (an ISI "Citation Classic")

4. Hollibaugh, J,T., A.B. Carruthers, J.A. Fuhrman, and F. Azam. 1980. Cycling of organic nitrogen in marine plankton communities studied in enclosed water columns. Mar. Biol. 59: 15-21

5. Fuhrman, J.A., J.W. Ammerman, and F. Azam. 1980. Bacterioplankton in the coastal euphotic zone: distribution, activity, and possible relationships with phytoplankton. Mar. Biol. 60: 201-207

6. Hodson, R.E., F. Azam, A.F. Carlucci, J.A. Fuhrman, D.M. Karl, and O. Holm- Hansen. 1981. Microbial uptake of dissolved organic matter in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Mar. Biol. 61: 89-94

7. Fuhrman, J.A. 1981. Influence of method on the apparent size distribution of bacterioplankton cells: epifluorescence microscopy compared to scanning electron microscopy. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 5: 103-106

8. Eppley, R.W., S.G. Horrigan, J.A. Fuhrman, E.R. Brooks, C.C. Price, and K. Sellner. 1981. Origins of dissolved organic matter in Southern California coastal waters: experiments on the role of zooplankton. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 6: 149-159

9. Fuhrman, J.A., and F. Azam. 1982. Thymidine incorporation as a measure of heterotrophic bacterioplankton production in marine surface waters: evaluation and field results. Mar. Biol. 66:109-120 (An "ISI Citation Classic")

10. Riemann, B., J.A. Fuhrman, and F. Azam. 1982. Bacterial secondary production in freshwater measured by the tritiated thymidine incorporation method. Microb. Ecol. 8:101-114

11. Fuhrman, J.A.,and F. Azam. 1983. Adaptations of bacteria to marine subsurface waters studied by temperature response. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 13:95-98

12. Azam, F., J.W. Ammerman, J.A. Fuhrman, and A. Hagstrom. 1984. Role of bacteria in polluted marine ecosystems. In H. H. White (ed.) Concepts in Marine Pollution Measurements. University of Maryland Sea Grant, College Park. pp 431-442

13. Ammerman, J.W., J.A. Fuhrman, A. Hagstrom, and F. Azam. 1984. Growth characteristics of marine bacteria grown in "seawater cultures" (unsupplemented particle-free seawater). Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 18:31-39

14. Azam, F. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1984. Measurement of bacterioplankton growth in the sea and its regulation by environmental conditions. In: Heterotrophic activity in the sea. J. Hobbie and P.J.leB. Williams (eds). Plenum Press. pp. 179-196

15. Fuhrman, J.A. and G.B. McManus. 1984. Do bacteria-sized marine eukaryotes consume significant bacterial production? Science 224: 1257-1260

16. Riemann, B., P. Nielsen, M. Jeppesen, B. Marcussen and J.A. Fuhrman. 1984. Diel changes in bacterial biomass and growth rates in coastal environments, determined by means of thymidine incorporation into DNA, frequency of dividing cells (FDC), and microautoradiography. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 17: 227-235

17. Fuhrman, J.A and T. Bell. 1985. Biological considerations in the measurement of dissolved free amino acids in seawater and implications for chemical and microbiological studies. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 25: 13-21

18. Mitchell, J.G., A. Okubo, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1985. Microzones form the basis for a stratified microbial ecosystem. Nature (London) 316: 58-59

19. Fuhrman, J.A., R.W. Eppley, A. Hagstrom, and F. Azam. 1985. Diel variations in bacterioplankton, phytoplankton, and related parameters in the Southern California Bight. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 27: 9-20

20. Legier-Visser, M., J. Mitchell, A. Okubo, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1986. Mechanoreception in calanoid copepods: a mechanism for prey detection. Mar. Biol. 90: 526-535

21. McManus, G.B. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1986. Photosynthetic pigments in the ciliate Laboea strobila from Long Island Sound, USA. J. Plankton Res. 8:317-327

22. McManus, G.B. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1986. Bactivory in seawater studied with the use of inert fluorescent particles. Limnol. Oceanogr. 31: 420-426

23. Riemann, B., N.O.G. Jorgensen, W. Lampert, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1986. Zooplankton-induced changes in dissolved free amino acids and in production rates of freshwater bacteria. Microb. Ecol. 12: 247-258

24. Fuhrman, J.A., H.W. Ducklow, D. Kirchman, J.P. Hudak, G.B. McManus, J. Kramer. 1986. Does adenine incorporation into nucleic acids measure total microbial production? Limnol. Oceanogr. 31: 627-636

25. Fuhrman, J.A., H.W. Ducklow, D.L. Kirchman, and G.B. McManus. 1986. Adenine and total microbial production: a reply. Limnol Oceanogr. 31: 1395-1400

26. Fuhrman, J.A. and R. L. Ferguson. 1986. Low concentrations and rapid turnover of dissolved free amino acids in seawater: chemical and microbiological measurements. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 33: 237-242

27. Fuhrman, J.A. 1987. Close coupling between release and uptake of dissolved free amino acids in seawater studied by an isotope dilution approach. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 37: 45-52

28. Lee, S. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1987. Relationships between biovolume and biomass of naturally-derived marine bacterioplankton. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 53: 1298-1303

29. Boicourt, W.C., S.-Y.Chao, H.W. Ducklow, P.M. Glibert, T.C. Malone, M.R. Roman, J.A. Fuhrman, C. Garside, and R.W. Garvine. 1987. Physics and microbial ecology of a buoyant estuarine plume on the continental shelf. EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 68: 666-668

30. McManus, G.B. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1988. Control of marine bacterioplankton populations: a review of grazing rate methodologies and estimates. Hydrobiologia 159: 51-62.

31. Roman, M.R., H.W. Ducklow, J.A. Fuhrman, C. Garside, P.M. Glibert, T.C. Malone, and G.B. McManus. 1988. Production, consumption and nutrient cycling in a laboratory mesocosm. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 42: 39-52

32. McManus, G.B. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1988. Clearance of bacteria-sized particles by natural populations of nanoplankton in the Chesapeake Bay outflow plume. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 42: 199-206

33. Fuhrman, J.A., D.E. Comeau, Å. Hagström, and A.M. Chan. 1988. Extraction of DNA suitable for molecular biological studies from natural planktonic microorganisms. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 54: 1426-1429

34. Hudak, J.P. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1988. Effects of four organic pollutants on the growth of natural marine bacterioplankton populations. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 47: 185-194

35. Fuhrman, J.A., S.G. Horrigan, and D.G. Capone. 1988. The use of 13N as tracer for bacterial and algal uptake of ammonium from seawater. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 45: 271-278

36. Hudak, J.P., J. McDaniel, S. Lee, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1988. Mineralization potentials of aromatic hydrocarbons by estuarine microorganisms: variations with season, location, and bacterioplankton production. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 47: 97-102

37. Mitchell, J.G. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1989. Centimeter scale vertical heterogeneity in bacteria and chlorophyll a. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 54: 141- 148

38. Fuhrman, J.A., T.D. Sleeter, C. Carlson, and L.M. Proctor. 1989. Dominance of bacterial biomass in the Sargasso Sea and its ecological implications. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 57: 207-217

39. Fuhrman, J.A. and S. Lee. 1989. Natural microbial species variations studied at the DNA level. In: Recent advances in microbial ecology. T. Hattori, Y. Ishida, Y. Maruyama, R.Y. Morita, and A. Uchida, eds. Japan Scientific Societies Press, Tokyo. pp. 687-691

40. Mitchell, J.G., A. Okubo, J.A. Fuhrman, and W. Cochlan. 1989. The contribution of phytoplankton to ocean density gradients. Deep Sea Res. 36: 1277-1282

41. Proctor, L.M. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1990. Viral mortality of marine cyanobacteria and bacteria. Nature 343: 60-62

42. McManus, G.B., and J.A. Fuhrman. 1990. Mesoscale and seasonal variability of heterotrophic nanoflagellate abundance in an estuarine outflow plume. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 61: 207-213

43. Lee, S. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1990. DNA hybridization to compare species compositions of natural bacterioplankton assemblages. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 56: 739-746

44. Suttle, C.A., J.A. Fuhrman, and D.G. Capone. 1990. Rapid ammonium cycling and concentration-dependent partitioning of ammonium and phosphate: implications for carbon transfer in planktonic communities. Limnol. Oceanogr. 35: 424-433

45. Mitchell, J.G., A. Okubo, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1990. Gyrotaxis as a new mechanism for generating plankton heterogeneity and migration. Limnol. Oceanogr. 35: 123-130

46. Fuhrman, J.A. 1990. Dissolved free amino acid cycling in an estuarine outflow plume. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 66: 197-203

47. Proctor. L.M. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1991. The roles of viral infection in organic particle flux. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 69: 133-142

48. Suttle, C.A., A.M. Chan, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1991. Dissolved free amino acids in the Sargasso Sea: uptake and respiration rates, turnover times, and concentrations. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 70: 189-199

49. Glibert, P.M, C. Garside, J.A. Fuhrman, and M.R. Roman. 1991.Time-dependent coupling of inorganic and organic nitrogen uptake and ammonium regeneration in the plume of Chesapeake Bay Estuary, USA and its regulation by large heterotrophs. Limnol. Oceanogr. 36: 895-909

50. Lee, S.H. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1991. Spatial and temporal variation of natural bacterioplankton assemblages studied by total genomic DNA cross-hybridization. Limnol. Oceanogr. 36: 1277-1287

51. Fuhrman, J.A. and D.G. Capone. 1991. Possible biogeochemical consequences of ocean fertilization. Limnol. Oceanogr. 36: 1951-1959

52. Lee, S.H. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1991. Confinement effect on species composition of bacterioplankton studied at the level of community DNA. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 79: 195-201

53. Fuhrman, J.A., K. McCallum, and A.A. Davis. 1992. Novel major archaebacterial group from marine plankton. Nature (London) 356: 148-149

54. Fuhrman, J.A. 1992. Bacterioplankton roles in cycling of organic matter: the microbial food web. In P.G. Falkowski and A.D. Woodhead (editors), Primary Productivity and Biogeochemical Cycles in the Sea. Plenum Press, New York. pp. 361-383

55. Kristiansen, K., H. Nielsen, B. Riemann, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1992. Growth efficiencies of freshwater bacterioplankton. Microb. Ecol. 24: 145-160

56. Fuhrman, J.A. 1992. Bacterial growth in the sea (Current Contents Citation Classic). Current Contents: Agriculture, Biology, and Environmental Sciences, 23: 8 (not reviewed)

57. Proctor, L.M. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1992. Mortality of marine bacteria in response to enrichments of the virus size fraction from seawater. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.87: 283-293

58. Fuhrman, J.A., K. McCallum, and A.A. Davis. 1993. Phylogenetic diversity of subsurface marine microbial communities from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 59: 1294-1302

59. Proctor, L.M., A. Okubo, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1993. Calibrating estimates of phage-induced mortality in marine bacteria: Ultrastructural studies of marine bacteriophage development from one-step growth experiments. Microb. Ecol. 25: 161-182

60. Fuhrman, J.A. and C. A. Suttle. 1993. Viruses in marine plankton. Oceanography 6: 51-63

61. Fuhrman, J.A. 1993. Measuring marine bacterial growth (Current Contents Citation Classic). Current Contents: Agriculture, Biology, and Environmental Sciences 24: 8 (not reviewed)

62. Fuhrman, J.A., R.M. Wilcox, R.T. Noble, and N.C. Law. 1993. Viruses in marine food webs.

In Guerrero, R. and C. Pedros-Alio (eds). Trends in microbial ecology. Spanish Society for Microbiology, Barcelona. pp. 295-298.

63. Fuhrman, J.A., S.H. Lee, Y. Masuchi, A.A. Davis, and R.M. Wilcox. 1994. Characterization of marine prokaryotic communities via DNA and RNA. Microb. Ecol. 28:133-145

64. Wilcox, R.M. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1994. Bacterial viruses in coastal seawater: lytic rather than lysogenic production. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 114: 35-45

65. Lee, S.H., Y-C. Kang, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1995. Imperfect retention of natural bacterioplankton cells by glass fiber filters. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 119: 285-290

66. Fuhrman, J.A. and R.T. Noble. 1995. Viruses and protists cause similar bacterial mortality in coastal seawater. Limnol. Oceanogr. 40: 1236-1242

67. Thingstad, T.F., J.R. Dolan, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1996. Loss rate estimates of an oligotrophic bacterial assemblage as measured by 3H-thymidine and 32PO4: good agreement and near-balance with production. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 10: 29-36

68. Fuhrman, J.A. 1997. Community structure: Bacteria and Archaea. In: C.J. Hurst, G.R. Knudsen, M.J. McInerney, L.D. Stetzenbach, M.V. Walter, eds., Manual of Environmental Microbiology. ASM Press, Washington DC, pp. 278-283

69. Noble, R.T., and J.A. Fuhrman. 1997. Virus decay and its causes in coastal waters. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 63:77-83

70. Karner, M. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1997. Determination of “active” marine bacterioplankton: a comparison of universal 16S rRNA probes, autoradiography, and nucleoid staining. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 63: 1208-1213

71. Fuhrman, J.A., and A.A. Davis.1997. Widespread Archaea and novel Bacteria from the deep sea as shown by 16S rRNA gene sequences. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 150: 275-285

72. Ouverney, C.C. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1997. Increasing fluorescence of 16S rRNA in situ hybridization with chloramphenicol. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 63: 2735-2740

73. Noble, R.T., and J.A. Fuhrman. 1998. Use of SYBR Green I for rapid epifluorescence counts of marine viruses and bacteria. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 14: 113-118

74. Fuhrman, J.A. and L. Campbell. 1998. Microbial microdiversity. Nature (London) 393: 410-411

75. Fuhrman, J.A. and C. C. Ouverney. 1998. Marine microbial diversity studied via 16S rRNA sequences: cloning results from coastal waters and counting of native archaea with fluorescent single cell probes. Aquat. Ecol. 32: 3-15

76. Ouverney, C.C. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1999. Combined microautoradiography -16S rRNA probe technique for the determination of radioisotope uptake by specific microbial cell types in situ. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 65:1746-1752

77. Noble, R.T., M. Middelboe, and J.A. Fuhrman. 1999. The effects of viral enrichment on the mortality and growth of heterotrophic bacterioplankton. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 18:1-13

78. Fuhrman, J.A. 1999. Marine viruses and their biogeochemical and ecological effects. Nature (London) 399: 541-548

79. Noble, R.T. and J.A. Fuhrman. 1999. Breakdown and microbial uptake of marine viruses and other lysis products. Aquat. Microb. Ecol. 20:1-11

80. Gasol, J.M.,U. L. Zweifel, F. Peters, J.A. Fuhrman, and Å. Hagström. 1999. Significance of size and nucleic acid content heterogeneity as measured by flow cytometry in natural planktonic bacteria. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 65:4475-4483

81. Fuhrman, J.A. and R.T. Noble. 2000. Causative agents of bacterial mortality and the consequences to marine food webs. In Microbial biosystems: new frontiers. Proc 8th Int Symp Microb. Ecol. (ed. Bell, C.R., Brylinsky, M, & Johnson-Green, P.). Atlantic Canada Society for Microbial Ecology, Halifax, Canada pp. 145-151

82. Fuhrman, J.A. 2000. Impact of viruses on planktonic bacteria. In: Microbial Ecology of the Oceans, D.L. Kirchman (ed.), Wiley & Sons. pp 327 - 350

83. Noble, R.T and, J. A. Fuhrman. 2000. Rapid viral production and removal as measured with fluorescently labeled viruses as tracers. Appl. Environ. Microbiol.. 66:3790-3797

84. Ouverney, C.C. and J.A. Fuhrman. 2000. Marine planktonic Archaea take up amino acids. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 66:4829-4833

85. Fuhrman, J.A. 2000. Microbial Contamination. In: Opportunities for Environmental Applications of Marine Biotechnology. National Academy Press, Washington DC, pp. 102-111

86. Fuhrman, J.A., and D.G. Capone. 2001. Nifty nanoplankton. Nature (London) 412: 593-594

87. Hewson, I., J. M. O’Neil, J. A. Fuhrman, W.C. Dennison. 2001. Virus-like particle distribution and abundance in sediments and overlying waters along eutrophication gradients in two subtropical estuaries. Limnol Oceanogr. 46:1734-1746

88. Noble, R.T. and J.A. Fuhrman. 2001. Enteroviruses detected by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction from the coastal waters of Santa Monica Bay, California: Low correlation to bacterial indicator levels. Hydrobiologia 460:175-184.

89. Fuhrman, J.A. 2001. Plankton Viruses. In: Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, vol. 1, J. Steele, S. Thorpe and K. Turekian, eds. Academic Press, London. pages 2200-2207

90. Fuhrman, J.A. 2001. Community structure: Bacteria and Archaea. In: C.J. Hurst, R.L. Crawford, G.R. Knudsen, M.J. McInerney, L.D. Stetzenbach, eds., Manual of Environmental Microbiology, 2nd edition. ASM Press, Washington DC , pages 371-377



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