About Beth Davenport
My expertise is in molecular genetics, specifically genetic engineering techniques with plants. I also have some experience with plant physiological research and bioinformatics in coexpression analysis and orthologue identification between species.
My interests include both the fields of evolutionary and molecular genetics, and I minor in physical and human geography in my degree. In future I hope to continue genetic research, aspiring for that which explores links between genetic research, the environment/climate, food security and disease eradication.
I am a/an:
Area of Expertise
Student, The University of Hong Kong
Student Researcher, University of York
Student, Durham University
Art History and Film Undergraduate, The University of St Andrews
Digital Content Manager, Laidlaw Foundation
Laidlaw Project Officer, Durham University
PhD student, University of Oxford
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