I joined the Millard Lab in 2018 as a PhD student at the University of Leicester. My research is focused on genetically engineering bacteriophages to treat polymicrobial infections and overcome bacterial resistance to phages.
I completed my Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology at the University of Liverpool in 2017 where my third year research project involved quantitative detection of RNA viruses in the aquatic environment using qRT-PCR. I also obtained my Master of Research degree at the University of Liverpool. During my Masters, I attempted to recombinantly produce an assembled and functional bacteriophage tail.
Adriaenssens, E. M., Farkas, K., Harrison, C., Jones, D. L., Allison, H. E., McCarthy, A. J. (2018). Viromic Analysis of Wastewater Input to a River Catchment Reveals a Diverse Assemblage of RNA Viruses. mSystems, 3, e00025-18. DOI: 10.1128/mSystems.00025-18