Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

 
2002 Ph.D. Coastal Oceanography.
Stony Brook University, Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook, NY.
Dissertation: The Role of Biogenic Carbonate and Silicate in the Preservation of Organic Matter.   
 
1998 M.S. Marine Environmental Science. 
Stony Brook University, Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook, NY.
 
1992 B.A. Chemistry (minor in Biochemistry). Reed College, Portland, OR. 
 
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 
Sept, 2011 Associate Professor, School of Oceanography, University of Washington.
 
2004-2011 Assistant Professor, School of Oceanography, University of Washington. 
 
2003-2004 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University. 
 
2002 Postdoctoral Fellow, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University. 
 
1996-2002 Graduate Research Assistant, Stony Brook University, MSRC.
 
1992-1995 Research Staff Assistant, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University 1992-1995.  Supervisors:  Drs. James K. Bishop (1992-1995) and Robert Anderson (1995).  
 
1991 Research Assistant, Reed College. Supervisor: Arthur Glasfeld. 
 
 
FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS
 
SCOPE Investigator, Simons Collaboration on Ocean Processes and Ecology, Simons Foundation, Oct 2014.
 
Comer Science and Engineering Grant recipient, Jan, 2010 and Sept, 2010.
 
Kavli Fellow, National Academy of Sciences, November, 2009.
 
Hess Postdoctoral Fellowship (declined). Princeton University. Department of Geosciences. March 2002. 
 
 
TEACHING
 
Ocean 295 Sp 2015, 2016, W 2017
 
Ocean 522: Marine Organic Geochemistry, Sp 2005, Sp 2006, W 2008, W 2010, W 2012, W2014, W2016. 
 
Ocean 201: Introduction to Ocean Lab, Sp 2008, Sp 2009, Sp 2010, Sp 2011, Sp 2012.
 
Ocean 400: Marine Chemistry (with J. Murray), Winter, 2006.
 
Ocean 497B: Ecosystems and Biogeochemical Cycles, Fall 2010.
 
 
PH.D. ADVISORS 
 
Cindy Lee (SUNYSB), Robert C. Aller (SUNYSB)
 
POST-DOCTORAL ADVISORS
 
Ann Pearson (Harvard University), Robert F. Anderson (LDEO)
 
 
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
 
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, 1995-present
American Geophysical Union, 1995-present
American Chemical Society 2002-present
The Oceanography Society 2003-present
 
MENTORING
 
Postdoctoral Advisees
 
Rachel Lundeen, 2015-present
Maxime Bridoux, Jan 2009 – May 2012.
Carme Huguet, Oct 2007 - Oct 2009 (now at the Autonomous University in Barcelona). 
Amelia Shevenell, Feb 2005 – Sept 2007 (PCC Fellow, co-advised with Steve Emerson) now at U. College London.
 
Current Graduate Students Advised
 
Angie Boysen - M.S. Candidate (IGERT Fellow, NSF GRFP Fellow) beginning summer 2014
Katherine Heal – PhD candidate (PCC Fellow, NSF GRFP Fellow) beginning Summer 2011.
 
 
Former Graduate Students Advised
 
Katherine Wetzel – MS candidate (PCC Fellow, NSF Fellow), since Fall 2010.
Erin Ellis – PhD candidate (NSF Fellow), Fall 2004 – Spring 2012. Mentee for Huckabay teaching Fellowship.
Kelsey McDuffee – MS 2009 (NSF Fellow), now a wildlife biologist for the National Parks Service.
Elizabeth Walsh – MS 2006, (NDSEG Fellow), now a graduate student in the School of Education.
 
Undergraduate students advised
 
Lab group members
Natalie Kellogg - undergrad researcher
Regina Lionheart - undergrad researcher
Alexa Wied - undergrad researcher
Alexa Nelson –undergrad researcher Fall 2012 - present
David French – undergraduate researcher and REU recipient, Senior thesis advisee, Spring 2011 – Summer 2012.
Kevin Simans – undergraduate research assistant Fall 2011-present 
Celia Kelly – Undergraduate research assistant
Laura Spencer Hollaway – undergraduate research assistant –SURF Fellow 2008
 
 

 

FUNDING

 

 
Current Research
 
SCOPE Collaboration Simons Foundation
 
NSF Biological Oceanography
 
Prior Funding
 
NSF Major Research Instrumentation  MRI: Acquisition of a liquid chromatograph mass spectrometer for microbial metabolomics. 
 
 
NSF Biological Oceanography EAGER: Characterizing biological function across a persistent oceanographic “hotspot” in the NE Pacific Ocean
 
NSF Dimensions of Biodiversity Collaborative research: Significance of nitrification in shaping planktonic diversity in the ocean. 
 
NSF Chemical Oceanography Molecular and isotopic composition of novel biomarkers in diatom frustules as indicators of past ocean conditions. 
 
 
ConocoPhillips Organic Geochemistry in Willapa Bay and “Big River” Projects renewal. Sole PI, 2010-2011.
 
Comer Foundation Dating the deglacial rise in opal flux in the Southern Ocean.  08/01/10 – 12/01/10. This grant was an unsolicited gift from the foundation.
 
ConocoPhillips Organic Geochemistry in Willapa Bay and “Big River” Projects. Sole PI
 
Comer Foundation Constraining the age of Southern Ocean sediments using compound-specific radiocarbon analysis of biomarkers within diatom frustules. 02/01/10 – 10/01/10. This grant was an unsolicited gift from the foundation.
 
Royalty Research Fund.  A new method for determining the concentration, composition and radiocarbon age of “living” and “dead” microbial membrane lipids: insights into climate and carbon cycling on land and in the ocean. Sole PI, 03/01/09 – 03/01/10. 
 
NSF Biological Oceanography Collaborative Research: Quantifying the role of Group I Crenarchaeota in the marine nitrogen cycle using cultures and environmental monitoring of ammonia oxidation, 16S rRNA genes and lipid biomarkers. Ingalls (lead), D. Stahl, A. Devol.   09/15/06 – 09/15/09.
 
NSF Office of Polar Programs SGER:  Extracting Holocene sea surface temperature, ventilation, and productivity records from Antarctic continental margin sediments:  Novel geochemical insights from Palmer Deep. Emerson (lead), Ingalls, Shevenell (coPI’s).   03/06 – 08/07.
 
NSF Chemical Oceanography Collaborative Research: Biomarkers in diatom frustules: Development and application of a new compound-specific isotope analysis method to understand the present and past ocean.  Ingalls (lead), Milligan (OSU). UW portion 09/01/05 – 08/31/08
 
American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund. Compound-specific radiocarbon dating as a tool for understanding timescales of organic matter preservation in coastal marine environments. Sole PI,  09/01/05 – 08/31/07.

 

 

 

Announcements

Outstanding Researcher Award
Jul 25, 2017 2:00 PM
Ingalls receives the Outstanding Researcher Award from the College of the Environment!
Graduate Dean's Medalist
Mar 23, 2017 1:45 PM
Congratulations​ to Katherine Heal for being awarded the College of the Environment Graduate Dean'...
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News about Katherine's paper
Jan 18, 2017 11:15 AM
http://www.wash​ington.edu/news​/2017/01/18/vit​amin-b-12-and-a​-knockoff-versi​on-create-compl​ex-market-for-m​arine-vitamins/​
Congratulations​ to Katherine Heal on the publication of her latest work in PNAS!
Jan 4, 2017 1:43 PM
Heal et al., Two distinct pools of B12 analogs reveal community interdependenci​es in the ocean. P...
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News and Views in Nature Geosciences
Nov 15, 2016 10:05 PM
Read a commentary by Ingalls about the TEX86 paleo sea surface temperature index

http://rdcu.be/​jlzV
New Instrument Arrives
Dec 18, 2015 1:06 PM
Our new QExactive HF LC-MS is here and awaiting installation in early in 2016!
First SCOPE cruise in summer 2015 was a success
Sep 17, 2015 12:16 PM
https://www.sim​onsfoundation.o​rg/life-science​s/tracking-the-​oceans-circadia​n-rhythm/
Latest news from the Ingalls Lab
Feb 11, 2011 4:21 PM
Ingalls named SCOPE Investigator

http://scope.so​est.hawaii.edu/​investigators.h​tml

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