2003 - PhD Environmental Microbiology, Flinders University
Dr Dandie is a microbiologist with interests that cover a wide range of microbiological processes in soil and water. These include the bioremediation of contaminated soils, composting, biochar, plant-microbe interactions, microbial inoculants, biosensors, soil nutrient cycling, greenhouse gas emissions and water treatment processes. Dr Dandie’s postdoctoral research was undertaken in several international institutions, including University College Cork (Biomerit Research Centre) and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (Potato Research Centre), and several Australian institutions, including the Centre for Environmental Research and Remediation (CERAR; UniSA) and CSIRO Land and Water. Dr Dandie has been an invited reviewer for a number of international journals and was previously on the editorial board of a prominent soil science journal. She has published nine first-author journal articles and has gained extensive experience in helping non-native English authors achieve publication. Dr Dandie joined Edanz Group as an editor in 2011.