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Current Students


Alma Bartholow

PhD Student

Civil and Environmental Engineering

 

Research Areas: Microbial communities in distribution systems, wastewater-based epidemiology, environmental microbiology

Projects: Accelerating the application of wastewater-based epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2 for regional public health decision making


Camille Brule

PhD Student 

Civil and Environmental Engineering

camille_brule@berkeley.edu

 

Research Areas: Closing the sanitation equity gap in developing contexts, Nutrient recovery from human waste.

Projects: Ammonium extraction from urine for fertilizer production


Yoshika Crider

PhD Student
Energy and Resources Group
Research Areas: safe drinking water access, South Asia, WASH, epidemiology and trial design, low-cost drinking water treatment
Projects: Taste detection and acceptability thresholds for chlorine residual in drinking water in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Anthony DeSalvo

PhD Student 

Civil and Environmental Engineering

anthony_desalvo@berkeley.edu

 

Research Areas: PFAS, Nature-Based Water Treatment

Projects: PFAS Removal from Wastewater and Wastewater Reuse Concentrate using a Subsurface Wetland (The Horizontal Levee)

 


Scarlet-Marie Kilpatrick

PhD student

Civil and Environmental Engineering

scarlet_kilpatrick@berkeley.edu

 

Research areas: Nature-based water treatment systems, constructed wetlands, diatom mediated processes

Projects: Assessing the Potential for Nutrient Removal and Recovery from Varied Water Sources with Unit-process Wetlands, Treatment of Reverse Osmosis Concentrate Produced During Brackish Groundwater Desalination with a Nature-Based Treatment System


Emily Kraemer

PhD Student

Civil and Environmental Engineering

 

Research areas: Inland desalination concentrate management

Projects: Reduced scaling potential and resource recovery via removal of sparingly soluble salts; Life-cycle assessment of conventional ZLD versus brine pipeline

More about Emily Kraemer

 

 


Jeremy Lowe

PhD Student

Civil and Environmental Engineering

j_lowe@berkeley.edu

 

Research Areas: Global water, sanitation, and hygiene In-line chlorination

Projects: Understanding environmental pathogen transmission pathways in low-resource settings Developing and scaling in-line chlorination technologies in India and Kenya


Allie Nguyen

PhD Student

Civil and Environmental Engineering

allienguyen@berkeley.edu

 

Research Areas: Wastewater-based Surveillance

Projects: Pandemic Readiness and Equity through Virus Epidemiology of Wastewater (PREViEW)