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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

We are leading a pan-European project to understand and mitigate the impacts of pesticides, parasites, and poor nutrition on managed and wild bees in Europe

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

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Projects on RHUL campus

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

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Viki Webster is using genomics to elucidate the landscape epidemiology of this fungal parasite in bumble bees

Epidemiology of Vairimorpha bombi in bumble bees
Nosemabombi ©Samina
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