Jeemin H. Rhim

Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Fellow

I am a geobiologist, broadly interested in using stable isotope analyses to investigate the origin and history of microbially produced molecules. My PhD work focused on the carbon, hydrogen and clumped isotopic signatures of microbial methane. At Dartmouth, I will continue to combine experimental and analytical approaches to establish an interpretative framework for the hydrogen isotopic signatures preserved in the lipid membranes of microbes belonging to the domain Archaea. I am excited for the potential applications of this research in the broader fields of geobiology and astrobiology. I am an avid dog lover and active advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM. Pronouns: she/her.


226A Fairchild Hall
HB 6105


  • B.A. Environmental Earth Science, University of California, Berkeley
  • Ph.D. Geobiology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology