Rachel Gray Rachel began her PhD in April 2021. Her research focuses on investigating hybridization as an evolutionary process in the Galapagos giant tortoises. An important part of her project is informing the management of the captive breeding program for the Floreana tortoise.
Sarah Griffin Sarah will begin her PhD in September 2022, funded through the IAFRI DTP and co-supervised by Edward Haynes and Eleanor Jones from Fera Science. Her project will develop molecular genomic and informatics tools to monitor outbreaks of a plant pathogenic nematode, Meloidogyne fallax, and an invasive hornet, Vespa velutina.
Cagney (official lab dog)
Cagney is a retired greyhound, living the good life, snoozing on Evelyn's sofa since 2021
Past Graduate Students
Emma Williams Emma completed her MRes in 2022, entitled "Determining the efficacy of a non-invasive sampling method for genetic analysis of blue sharks (Prionace glauca)"
Interested in joining the lab? Get in touch! Evelyn is happy to discuss developing PhD or Postdoc fellowship applications. Visiting researchers or students are also welcome!