Ludmilla Aristilde

Adjunct Associate Professor
Biological and Environmental Engineering, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Contact Information

214 Riley Robb Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
p: (607) 255-6845

Ludmilla Aristilde

Adjunct Associate Professor
Biological and Environmental Engineering, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Expertise

Molecular environmental chemistry; molecular environmental biochemistry

Current Research Interest

Cellular carbon metabolism of organic substrates in environmental bacteria; catalytic dynamics of nutrient-cycling extracellular enzymes; the physical chemistry of biomolecules and organic contaminants in environmental matrices; molecular ecotoxicological targets of organic contaminants

Distinction

Cornell College of Engineering Research Excellence Award
National Science Foundation CAREER Award
National Science Foundation Early Grant for Exploratory Research
Cornell Outstanding Educator
National Science Foundation Early Career Instrument Award
National Institute of Food and Agriculture Research Grant

Selected Publications

Kukurugya, Matthew A., Caroll M. Mendonca, Mina Sohltalab, Rebecca A. Wilkes, Theodore W. Thannhauser, and Ludmilla Aristilde. “Multi-omics Analysis Unravels a Segregated Metabolic Flux Network that Tunes Co-Utilization of Sugar and Aromatic Carbons in Pseudomonas putida.” Journal of Biological Chemistry 294 (2019): 8464-8479.

Klein, Annaleise R., Sharon E. Bone, Eleanor Bakker, Ziqian Chang, and Ludmilla Aristilde. “Abiotic Phosphorus Recycling from Adsorbed Ribonucleotides on a Ferrihydrite-Type Mineral: Probing Solution and Surface Species.” Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 547 (2019): 171-182.

Cornell Research Website Article

Processes We Can't See in the Environment