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BBSRC DTP PhDs in Food Security

BBSRC DTP PhDs in Food Security at Cambridge

BBSRC DTP Programme

BBSRC DTP Supervisor List - Food Security

 

Student Name

PhD Supervisor

Project

 

BEDFORD, Felicity

 

Professor William Sutherland 

Zoology

Developing a package of measures to support ecosystem service provision by beneficial insects on farmland

 

MELLERS, Gregory

 

Dr. Beverley Glover

Development and function of insect-attracting petal spots

 

 

Rotation Project Supervisor

Project

 

BOUVET, Laura

 

Dr. Nick Gosman

 

Investigation of candidate genes for host sensitivity to the Stagonospora nodorum effector SnTox1 in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)

 

BRAIDWOOD, Luke

 

Dr Martin Welch

 

Investigating the complex interplay between quorum sensing and nutrient limitation in the regulation of virulence factor production by the economically-important opportunistic phytopathogen, Pectobacterium atrosepticum

 

ELDERFIELD, James

 

Dr. S. Taraskin

 

Synergy Effects For Microbial Invasion In Soil

 

FISCHER, Franziska

 

Dr Jane Thomas and Dr Alison Bentley

 

Potential interactions between Fusarium culmorum, Fusarium graminearum and maize in England.

 

GRIFFIN, Catherine

 

Dr Ian Henderson

 

High resolution mapping of crossover locations at recombination hotspots

 

JACKSON, Matthew

 

Prof Eric Miska

 

The role of non-coding RNA in epigenetic control of germline development and fertility: piRNAs

 

MITCHELMORE, Joanna

 

Dr. Julian Hibberd

 

Regulation of genes underpinning improved photosynthetic performance

 

PATTRICK, Jonathan

 

Beverley Glover

 

Does variation in nectar availability affect pollinator attention to crops?

 

TWYMAN, Hanlu

 

Dr Julia Davies

 

Protecting UK wheat production; the role of root-root interactions.

 

ZU ERMGASSEN, Erasmus

 

Prof Andrew Balmford and Dr Ben Phalan

 

Meta-analysis of the environmental footprint of livestock production systems