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An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

What I do:

I am developing methods to better understand accessory genome evolution. By analysing non-SNP variation, namely the gain and loss of whole genes and mobile elements, within a phylogenetic framework, my work aims to characterise evolutionary rates in the accessory genome and to examine how gene gain/loss and selection give rise to the variation observed in bacterial accessory genomes over different timescales.

Research Associate in pathogen evolution, at Pathogen Genomics and Evolution Lab
Department of Veterinary Medicine

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