|Occupation||Professor of Microbial Genomics|
|Location||Malvern, Worcestershire, United Kingdom|
|Introduction||I am Professor of Microbial Genomics at the University of Warwick in England. |
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I obtained my medical education from the University of Cambridge and the London Hospital Medical College. I completed my specialist training as a medical microbiologist at Bart’s Hospital in London. In the mid-1990s, while completing a PhD in molecular bacteriology at Imperial College, London, I led a team of students to victory in the national quiz show University Challenge. In 1999, I took up a chair in microbiology at Queen’s University Belfast before moving to a chair in Birmingham in 2001. I took up my current position in April 2013
I am the author of the Rough Guide to Evolution.
|Interests||Bacteriology, genomics, Darwin, evolution|