About Rebecca

Rebecca is a second year PhD student at the University of York in the Wood/Thomas groups. Her research interests are bacteria that live in insects and she uses combination of microbiological and computational techniques to study their metabolism. She is currently based at the Yorkshire Museum with the science team for a BBSRC-funded placement.

More articles can be found at Nouse Science, the University of York’s student newspaper,  and Transporting Science, the Thomas lab blog. Rebecca also writes for Microbiology Today as part of her role as Communications Representative for the Microbiology Society’s Early Career Microbiologists’ Forum.

Any comments on the articles found here can be posted to An Anxious Scientist.

Twitter @RebeccaJHall13

Instagram @ananxiousscientist

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