Benedict Lawton is a Masters student at the Centre, based in the laboratories at the University of Exeter Penryn campus.
He is currently undertaking surveillance and profiling of opportunistic pathogens in microbial communities isolated from soil.
Benedict previously completed a BSc in Evolutionary Biology at the University of Exeter and has a research interest in combatting antimicrobial resistance.
Investigating pathogens present in soil through the application of the Galleria mellonella model.
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