Judy Wall, professor of Biochemistry, was named a 2013 Curators' Professor, the University's highest and most prestigious rank.
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Judy Wall is Biochemistry's second Curators' Professor
Biochemistry team recognized for mercury research
Judy Wall, professor of biochemistry, and members of her research group including Romain Bridou, postdoctoral fellow, and Steven Smith, graduate student, published an article in the March 15, 2013, issue of Science magazine that describes results of collaboration between the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Wall’s laboratory.
Sulfate-reducing bacteria smell terrible but can make radioactive toxins less harmful
Judy Wall, a professor of biochemistry at the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, is working on an alternative way to clean up such sites. Her laboratory, in partnership with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif., is looking at eventually using bacteria to reduce toxic metals to inert substances.