Staff Profile:Dr Liz Shaw

Name:
Dr Liz Shaw
Job Title:
Associate Professor
Responsibilities:
Areas of Interest:
  • Microbial ecology and function of the rhizosphere and below-ground plant-microbe interactions
  • Impacts of organic pollutants on soil microorganisms
  • Microbial ecology of xenobiotic biodegradation
Research groups / Centres:

Key Facts

Liz Shaw joined the department in 2006. Previous to this she gained her PhD at the University of Kent and then worked as a post-doctoral scientist on the following projects:

  • Bioluminescence-based bacterial sensing of the bioavailability of chlorophenols in soil - Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (Monks Wood)
  • Mechanisms of enhanced biodegradation of xenobiotics in the rhizosphere - University of Kent
  • Contribution of nitrifier denitrification to nitrous oxide emissions from soil - Imperial College
  • Microbial interactions in the mycorrhizosphere - Manchester Metropolitan University

Liz is currently Subject Editor for the journal Soil Biology and Biochemistry and a member of the NERC peer review college.

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Earlier Publications:

Shaw, L.J., and Burns, R.G. (2005) Rhizodeposition and the enhanced mineralization of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid in soil from the Trifolium pratense rhizosphere. Environmental Microbiology 7: 191-202.

Shaw, L.J., and Burns, R.G. (2005) Rhizodeposits of Trifolium pratense and Lolium perenne: their comparative effects on 2,4-D mineralization in two contrasting soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 37: 995-1002

Shaw, L.J., and Burns, R.G. (2004) Enhanced mineralization of [U-C-14]2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid in soil from the rhizosphere of Trifolium pratense. Applied and Environmental Microbiology70: 4766-4774.

Silva, E., Fialho, A.M., Sa-Correia, I., Burns, R.G., and Shaw, L.J. (2004) Combined bioaugmentation and biostimulation to cleanup soil contaminated with high concentrations of atrazine. Environmental Science & Technology 38: 632-637

Garcia-Gonzalez, V., Govantes, F., Shaw, L.J., Burns, R.G., and Santero, E. (2003) Nitrogen control of atrazine utilization in Pseudomonas sp strain ADP. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69: 6987-6993.

Shaw, L.J., and Burns, R.G. (2003) Biodegradation of organic pollutants in the rhizosphere. Advances in Applied Microbiology 53:  1-60.

Shaw, L.J., Beaton, Y., Sousa, S., Glover, L.A., Killham, K., and Meharg, A.A. (2002) Mineralisation of 2,4-dichlorophenol and glucose placed into the same or different hydrological domains as a bacterial inoculant.Soil Biology & Biochemistry 34: 531-539.

Shaw, L.J., Beaton, Y., Glover, L.A., Killham, K., and Meharg, A.A. (2000) Interactions between soil, toxicant, and a lux-marked bacterium during solid phase-contact toxicity testing. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 19: 1247-1252.

Shaw, L.J., Beaton, Y., Glover, L.A., Killham, K., Osborn, D., and Meharg, A.A. (2000) Bioavailability of 2,4-dichlorophenol associated with soil water-soluble humic material. Environmental Science & Technology34: 4721-4726.

Beaton, Y., Shaw, L.J., Glover, L.A., Meharg, A.A., and Killham, K. (1999) Biosensing 2,4-dichlorophenol toxicity during biodegradation by Burkholderia sp RASC c2 in soil. Environmental Science & Technology 33: 4086-4091.

Shaw, L.J., Beaton, Y., Glover, L.A., Killham, K., and Meharg, A.A. (1999) Development and characterization of a lux-modified 2,4-dichlorophenol-degrading Burkholderia sp RASC. Environmental Microbiology1: 393-399.

Shaw, L.J., Beaton, Y., Glover, L.A., Killham, K., and Meharg, A.A. (1999) Re-inoculation of autoclaved soil as a non-sterile treatment for xenobiotic sorption and biodegradation studies. Applied Soil Ecology11: 217-226.

 

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Contact Details

Email:
e.j.shaw@reading.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0) 118 378 6971

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