Suzanne Kay is a technician at the Centre’s laboratories in Penryn, Cornwall.
She specialises in high-throughput next-generation and third-generation sequencing technologies.
Suzanne supports molecular work for several research groups at the Penryn Campus, including Professor William Gaze’s work in antimicrobial resistance.
Exploring how starlings might spread antimicrobial resistance in farm buildings.
Developing an international strategy for the surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in the environment.
Creating a conceptual framework to improve understanding of antimicrobial resistance in livestock systems.