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Voegeli, Henry (full)
Emeritus Professor
Arts & Sciences
Biology & Environmental Science
Dodds Hall

    Areas of Interest

    Fields of Specialization

    • Microbiology
    • Bacteriology
    • Immunology
    • Bioremediation
    • Biodeterioration
    • Single-Cell Protein
    • Biochemistry

      Current Research Interests

      • Pilot study of rubber-utilizing bacteria for protein production
      • Investigating use of single-cell fertilizer of plant growth
      • Involved with numerous environmental cleanups of sites containing gasoline, heating oil, diesel fuel, chlorinated solvent and metal contaminants


      Ph.D., Biological Sciences, Univ. of Rhode Island
      B.A., Bacteriology, Univ. of Connecticut

      Published Books and Articles

      Voegeli, H. Restriction Endonuclease Cleavage and Fragment Electrophoresis of ØX174 DNA, presented Annual Society for Microbiology meetings, May, 1990. Voegeli, H. Microbiology Laboratory Manual, copyright 1989.
      Voegeli, H. Immunology Laboratory Manual, copyright 1989.

      Vigue, C., C. Bogucki, B. Staugaard, and H. Voegeli. Exercises in the Biological Sciences, Burgess, 1989.

      Voegeli, H. Method for producing protein. U.S. Patent No. 4,473,641, 1979. Granted 1984.

      Voegeli, H. Degradation of styrene-butadiene rubber, natural rubber, and vulcanized rubber in automobile tire by bacteria with concomitant production of protein (unpublished), 1979.

      Voegeli, H. Production of single-cell protein by  Pseudomonas spp.  using vulcanized tire rubber, acrylonitrile-butadiene, natural rubber, and/or styrene-butadiene rubber, urea, and inorganic salts as substrate (unpublished), 1979.

      Voegeli, H. and J. Cousminer. Protein production by a mixed bacterial culture using Paracril 1880 and selected nitrogen sources. Internat. Biodeter. Bull. 14(4):119-122, 1978.

      Professional Associations

      Member, CT Underground Storage Tank Review Board

      Member, American Society for Microbiology
      Connecticut Bioremediation Services, Inc.