Integrating genomics and modelling to predict climate change response in the endangered freshwater pearl mussel
Gametogenic ecology of Antarctic Brittle Star; Ophionotus victoriae
MSci thesis 2018. Supervised by Dr Laura Grange
As a dyslexic researcher I have focused on communicating well through flow, structure and signposting my audience. I have practiced this through presentations, scientific articles and outreach work such as BioBlitz, Community Safety Street Action Days and my work in Girlguiding UK.
I have worked both within labs in academia (LaytonLab) and within teams in external roles such as in the Community Safety team at my local council and lifeguarding teams where the aim is to work cohesively to prevent injury and save lives
I love coding. R was my first language and this has developed into command line for bioinformatics and html for this website. Check out this map I made from my ancestry.com data!
I love making neat and informative data visualisations. I am well versed with ggplot2 in R and representative colour schemes.
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