Isobel McLeod

Business Development Associate

MPhil Biochemistry student

Isobel is an MPhil Biochemistry student in the Salmond Lab at the University of Cambridge. Currently her research is focused on whether prophages in Citrobacter rodentium- the a mouse-specific bacterial model of pathogenic E. coli, affects its fitness and virulence.

Previously Isobel graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from the University of Exeter. Isobel undertook a research project in a CRISPR lab, looking at whether CRISPR resistance evolves in an opportunistic lung pathogen in response to bacteriophage invasion. Her results were published in a Nature paper in October 2019.

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Laith Alexander

Alumni

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Sumaera Rathore

Operations Manager

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Mohamed Chowdhury

Marketing Advisor

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Eva Benyei

Business Development Associate

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Campbell Foubister

Business Development Associate

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