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Mr Nathan Chrismas


After a first year studying Microbiology at the University of Leeds, I completed my undergraduate degree in Ecology and Environmental Biology (First Class Honours), specialising during my research project in evolution and population genetics. Between my undergraduate and masters programmes, I recieved scholarship to attend the Microbial Oceanography summer school at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science and worked as a teaching assistant on University of London undergraduate modules in Marine Biology and Microbiology. I joined the University of Southampton for my MRes where I was based at the National Oceanography Centre researching molecular mechanisms of acclimation to nutrient limitation in marine cyanobacteria. For my PhD at Bristol, I will be using comparative genomics to research the molecular basis behind the adaptation of cyanobacteria to glacial ecosystems.





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