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An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

What I do:

I study how pathogen genome variation and evolutionary processes impacts their epidemiology and control. I have a particular interest in the dynamics of the accessory genome in bacterial populations, including antimicrobial resistance. Using a combination of microbial genomics, epidemiological approaches, and molecular microbiology, we unpick disease processes at both patient and public health levels in both high income and lower- to middle- income nation settings in collaboration with clinicians, public health practitioners, in vivo experimentalists, and mathematical modellers. I also have an interest in knowledge exchange and policy and have held various external secondments (GO-Science, SEDRIC, and UKHSA).

Principal Investigator at The Bakery, Department of Genetics
Not available for consultancy