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An overview of current projects - for details, click the links

Elaine Francoso won a prestigious Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship to study the evolutionary dynamics of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA in bumble bees


Hannah Wolmuth-Gordon is continuing our long-term project to understand the epidemiological dynamics of a trypanosome parasite of bumble bees

Epidemiology of Crithidia bombi in bumble bees

We are part of a pan-European project to understand and mitigate drivers or decline in wild bees. We are focusing on pathogen spillover and citizen science interventions. Click here for our OPTIMOW project

Mitochondrial DNA wikicomms
Projects on RHUL campus
Optimising Nature's pharmacies: plant chemicals and pollinator health at the landscape scale

Together with Phil Stevenson at Kew, we will be asking how nectar chemicals impact bumblebee health at the landscape scale

We are working with the gardening team on campus to improve bee habitat and improve biodiveristy

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