New PhD student Paul Ogbuigwe joins IDReC
Paul's Biography: I did my BSc and MRes in The University of Glasgow. During both degrees I looked at the study of oxidative stress, first in C. elegans then in D. melanogaster. Following that I did an MSc in Synthetic Biology at Newcastle University, wherein I gained experience with bioinformatics and computational modelling. I worked in Vox Technolgies, Dallas, as a system administrator where I built a relational database for an industrial automation firm. My PhD is on the role of protozoan genetic diversity in disease in New Zealand, graciously funded by MicroAquaTech.