CEE Assistant Professor Ameet Pinto was selected as a recipient of the 2018 ISME/IWA Bio Cluster Award in the Rising Star Category. This prestigious prize rewards interdisciplinary research of...
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- 2009 PhD in Civil Engineering at Virginia Tech
- 2005 MS in Environmental Engineering at University of Alaska Fairbanks
- International Water Association
- American Water Works Association
- International Society of Microbial Ecology
- Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors
- Q.M. Bautista, O. Blakemore, J. Schroeder, J. Moses, M. Haffey, W.T. Sloan and A.J. Pinto (2016) The impact of sampling, PCR, and sequencing replication on discerning changes in drinking water bacterial community over diurnal time-scales. Water Research. 90(1): 216-224.
- A.J. Pinto, J.O. Sharp, M.J. Yoder, and R. Almstrand (2016). Draft genome sequences of two novel Acidimicrobiaceae from an acid mine drainage biofilm metagenome. Genome Announcements.
- R. Almstrand, A.J. Pinto, L.A. Figueroa, and J.O. Sharp (2016). Draft genome of a novel Desulfobacteraceae member from a sulfate-reducing bioreactor metagenome. Genome Announcements.
- A. J. Pinto, D.N. Marcus, U.Z. Ijaz, Q.M. Bautista-de los Santos, G.J. Dick, and L. Raskin (2015). Metagenomic Evidence for the presence of comammox Nitrospira-like bacteria in a drinking water system. mSphere. 1 (1): e00054-15.
- J. Schroeder, M. Lunn, A.J. Pinto, L. Raskin, and W.T. Sloan (2015). Probabilistic models to describe the dynamics of migrating microbial communities. PLoS One. 10(3): e0117221.
Ameet graduated in 2003 with his baccalaureate in Chemical Engineering from the Institute of Chemical Technology, University of Mumbai. He received his Master of Sciences in Environmental Engineering from the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2005 and graduated with this PhD from Virginia Tech in 2009. His doctoral work was in the area of wastewater engineering with particular focus on upset event detection and mitigation and the effect of perturbation on the microbial ecology of activated sludge systems. Ameet completed his post-doc at the University of Michigan and subsequently worked at the University of Glasgow as a Lecturer (2012-2015) and then Senior Lecturer (2015) before joining Northeastern University in January 2016.
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Congratulations to the COE faculty and students that were honored at the 2018 Academic Honors Convocation.
CEE Assistant Professor Ameet Pinto was awarded a $504K NSF CAREER award for "Developing a Spatial-Temporal Predictive Framework for the Drinking Water Microbiome".