In 2019, I received my Undergraduate degree from the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Biological Sciences. During my studies, I undertook a Year in Industry placement at the Quadram Institute. This project focused on isolating and characterizing Salmonella in the food chain. Upon my return to UEA, I carried out a dissertation project studying the envelope stress response of Salmonella. For this project, I was awarded the Royal Society of Biology Advanced Accreditation Top Project Award for the highest project mark in Biological Sciences at UEA.
My current work focuses on isolating Bacteriophages from the environment and uses cutting edge genomic and molecular biology approaches to assess their application to control Salmonella in food and food processing environments.
My Research Interests Include: Host-Pathogen Interactions, Viromics, Genomic, Bacteriophage and Molecular Microbiology.