At the peak of its power :-), BrykLab was four people:
- Maria Luisa Martin Cerezo, PhD student (2015-2018)
Main project: European phylogeography of Apodemus flavicolis and A. sylvaticus based on whole-genome high-density genotyping.
- Rohan Raval, PhD student (2017-)
Main project: Heritability of basal metabolic rates and gene regulation in torpor in a natural population of Apodemus flavicolis.
- Alexandra Siddall, placement student (University of Huddersfield) (2017-2018)
Main project: Development and characterisation of synthetic biology constructs and protocols for use in practical educational kits.
Dr Maria Luisa Martin Cerezo is now a postdoctoral researcher in Dominic Wright’s group at the University of Linköping, Sweden.
Alexandra Siddall is now a PhD student in Tracey Chapman’s group at the University of East Anglia, UK.