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Debra Reiss-bubenheim

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Life Sciences Division
NASA Ames Research Center
United States of America

Debra Reiss-bubenheim

Biography

Debra Reiss-Bubenheim is the Associate Chief of the Space Biosciences Division at NASA's Ames Research Center. A project manager and scientiist, Ms. Reiss-Bubenheim was hired by NASA in 1990 as a payload scientist for the Spacelab Life Sciences-2 mission that flew in 1993. Since then, she has managed the payload science for more than 25 middeck payloads consisting of more than 50 Principal Investigators. Ms. Reiss-Bubenheim has received several special recognition awards for her work, both from Ames and also from NASA Headquarters. Prior to joining Ames, Ms. Reiss-Bubenheim was a research technician at both Purdue University and Utah State University. She also taught in the plant science department at Utah State. Ms. Reiss-Bubenheim has a B.S. in ornamental horticulture from the Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture, and an M.S. in horticulture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Research Interest

Human Physiology

Publications

  • Reiss-Bubenheim D, Lewis AJ. Pre-plant application of growth retardants to pinched and unpinched chrysanthemum cuttings. Scientia horticulturae. 1986 Mar 1;28(1-2):159-64.

  • Simon JE, Reiss-Bubenheim D, Joly RJ, Charles DJ. Water stress-induced alterations in essential oil content and composition of sweet basil. Journal of Essential Oil Research. 1992 Jan 1;4(1):71-5.

  • Simon JE, Reiss-Bubenheim D, Joly RJ, Charles DJ. Water stress-induced alterations in essential oil content and composition of sweet basil. Journal of Essential Oil Research. 1992 Jan 1;4(1):71-5.

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