I completed a BSc in Microbiology at the University of East Anglia in 2013, graduating with a first-class degree. I am currently undertaking a research PhD at the University of East Anglia, studying rock breathing bacteria to forward our understanding of extracellular electron transport as a means to develop microbial fuel cells, reducing our dependency on fossil fuels.
Flavocytochrome at the microbe-mineral interface of Shewanella oneidensis under mineral respiring conditions,
in New Biotechnology
pp. S60-S61Full Text
Redox linked flavin sites in extracellular decaheme proteins involved in microbe-mineral electron transfer,
in Scientific Reports
article no. 11677Full Text UEA Repository