Philip Poole

phil_poolePhil is Professor of Plant Microbiology in the Department of Biology, University of Oxford and a Senior Research Fellow at Somerville College. Within the Rhizosphere Group, he leads themes on Nitrogen fixation and Rhizosphere biology.

Research funded by

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The John Oldacre Foundation

NERC-50th-anniversary

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4 Responses to Philip Poole

  1. Davide says:

    Dear Phil,

    I didn’t know you moved to Oxford. Great and I hope that the relocation went smooth.
    As you might already know I am in Scotland and I am still keen on the microbes that thrive at the root-soil interface.
    It would be great find some time to discuss the latest news from the plant microbiota….
    Greetings from Dundee,

    Davide

    • Gaidi Ren says:

      Dear Prof. Philip Poole,
      First of all, I hope everything goes well with you although COVID pandemic is still underway.
      This is Gaidi Ren (female), an associate Professor in Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences (JAAS), Nanjing, China. My research focuses on (1) diversity and interaction of microbes in Soil/Rhizosphere and (2) N fixation in agricultural ecosystem.
      I am extremely keen on the research topics in your Lab. So, I am very much determined to be trained in your lab. On Dec. 7, 2021, I sent my CV and self-introduction to your email (philip.poole@plants.ox.ac.uk) in the hope that you could be my host supervisor for a one-year research visit in your group. I have not gotten responses from you. I therefore also send you a message here. I hope one of the two reaches you in time. I will be grateful if you can accept my application.
      Yours sincerely,
      Gaidi Ren

  2. Gaidi Ren says:

    Dear Prof. Philip Poole,

    First of all, I hope everything goes well with you although COVID pandemic is still underway.
    This is Gaidi Ren (female), an associate Professor in Institute of Agricultural Resources and Environment, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences (JAAS), Nanjing, China. My research focuses on (1) diversity and interaction of microbes in Soil/Rhizosphere and (2) N fixation in agricultural ecosystem.

    I am extremely keen on the research topics in your Lab. So, I am very much determined to be trained in your lab. On Dec. 7, 2021, I sent my CV to your email (philip.poole@plants.ox.ac.uk) in the hope that you could be my host supervisor for a one-year research visit in your group. I have not gotten responses from you. I therefore also send you a message here. I hope one of the two reaches you in time. I will be grateful if you can accept my application.

    Yours sincerely,

    Gaidi Ren

  3. Gaidi Ren says:

    Dear Prof. Philip Poole,
    First of all, I hope everything goes well with you although COVID pandemic is still underway.
    This is Gaidi Ren (female), an associate Professor in Institute of Agricultural Resources and Environment, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences (JAAS), Nanjing, China. My research focuses on (1) diversity and interaction of microbes in Soil/Rhizosphere and (2) N fixation in agricultural ecosystem.
    I am extremely keen on the research topics in your Lab. So, I am very much determined to be trained in your lab. On Dec. 7, 2021, I sent my CV and self-introduction to your email (philip.poole@plants.ox.ac.uk) in the hope that you could be my host supervisor for a one-year research visit in your group. But I have not gotten responses from you. I therefore also send you a message here. I hope one of the two reaches you in time. I will be grateful if you can accept my application.
    Yours sincerely,
    Gaidi Ren

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