Dr Bryony Williams
Royal Society University Research Fellow

Profile

My research concerns the molecular evolution and comparative cell biology of eukaryotes, and particularly the adaptation of parasite cells to the intracellular environment. I am a member of the Microbes and Disease research group.

 

Qualifications

1999-2002 PhD The Natural History Museum London and University College London
1997-1998 MSc Advanced Methods in Taxonomy and Biodiversity, The Natural History Museum London and Imperial College London
1994-1997 BSc Biology, Southampton University

Career

2007-Present Research Fellow, (Royal Society) School of Biosciences, University of Exeter
2007 Human Frontier Science Foundation Short Term Fellow, Rutgers, Newark, USA
2002-2007 Postdoctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia, Canada

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University of Exeter
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