Daniel Mobius-Clune completed the requirements for a Ph.D. degree in plant pathology from Cornell University in 2012. His research was supervised by Teresa Pawlowska and was on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal agroecology with a focus on community structure and common mycorrhizal network functions. Before coming to Cornell, Dan earned his B.S. degree in Environmental and Forest Biology from SUNY ESF in 2003. At Cornell, Dan earned his M.S. degree in Soil Science in 2007. While in Ithaca, Dan sat on the board of a non-profit Project Growing Hope (the Ithaca community gardens). Dan is currently a postdoctoral scientist in Soil Science measuring fluxes of C and N from soil organic matter.