Ka Kiu Lee
Postgraduate Research student
Living Systems Institute S01.01
Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter, Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4QD
I am first year PhD student at the University of Exeter Living Systems Institute funded via a studentship from the Complex Living Systems PhD programme. My research focus is on establishing the molecular mechanisms underlying heterogenous antibiotic uptake in bacteria. I employ a range of interdisciplinary techniques including microfluidics, flow cytometry, omics and modelling in my research. Before joining the Living Systems Institute, I graduated with a BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences with Professional Placement degree from the University of Exeter and was a recipient of the Royal Society of Biology Top Student Award 2020. As part of my undergraduate degree, I carried out a 12-month research placement at the Shell Technology Center Houston BioDomain working on the microbial production of industrially relevant products.
2020 - Present: PhD Student, Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter
2016 - 2020: BSc Hons Biological Sciences with Professional Placement (Microbiology and Infectious Disease), University of Exeter
2018 - 2019: Professional Placement Student, BioDomain, Shell Technology Center Houston