Toxoplasma gondii is not only an important human pathogen, but it can be used to aid understanding of Plasmodium cell biology. New insights into parasite… Read more »
Skye attained her BSc (Hons) in Zoology at the University of Aberdeen. She has completed both an MSc by research (looking at Leishmania) at the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and a taught MSc (Infection Biology) at the University of Glasgow. She is currently carrying out her PhD in Biophysics at the University of Exeter, specifically looking at Entamoeba toxins.
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- Toxoplasma gliding motility, and how this research could impact malaria studies - 24th February 2017
- Anopheles mosquito attractant could aid control of the spread of malaria - 11th November 2016
Cedrol, a mosquito oviposition attractant, has been found in the rhizomes of pond plants. This discovery could complement existing vector control strategies.