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Charlotte E Davies

Charlotte E Davies Swansea University Welsh Crucible 2019 Charlotte is a Bluefish Scientific Officer within the Comparative Immunology and Pathobiology group at Swansea University. Her research focuses on diseases in marine ecosystems, which have the potential to alter ocean life, and the coastal communities that rely upon it. Charlotte obtained her BSc in Biology and

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Tamsyn Uren Webster

Tamsyn Uren Webster Swansea University Welsh Crucible 2019 Tamsyn is a Research Officer within the Centre for Sustainable Aquaculture Research at Swansea University. Her research interests broadly focus on the impacts of environmental stressors on animal and ecosystem health and, specifically, elucidating the molecular mechanisms underlying these effects. Tamsyn completed her PhD, in molecular ecotoxicology,

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Amy Ellison

Amy Ellison Bangor University (formerly Cardiff University) Welsh Crucible 2018 Amy is a molecular parasitologist, based at Cardiff University School of Biosciences. Amy’s research interests broadly encompass host-pathogen interactions with a specific focus on the role of circadian rhythms in the health and welfare of managed animals. After obtaining a PhD in 2012 from Aberystwyth

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Amy Baldwin

Amy Baldwin Cardiff University Welsh Crucible 2016 Amy obtained her B.Sc. degree in Biological Sciences (Biochemistry) from the University of Leicester and subsequently a Ph.D. in Plant Molecular Genetics. Amy specialises in generating and utilising large collections of variants. Currently based in Cardiff School of Biosciences, Amy is generating a large collection of Dictyostelium variants

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