Research Associate, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Tim obtained a BSc in Bioveterinary Science and an MSc in the Control of Infectious Disease in Animals from the Royal Veterinary College. He then started a PhD at the University of Nottingham in 2010 which involved designing a microarray to screen for zoonotic pathogens in rodent species as part of the European WildTech project.
Following his PhD he started a post-doctoral position at the University of Nottingham in 2014 which has a focus on the gene expression of poultry and pigs in response to different production diseases as part of the European Prohealth project.
Using gene expression microarrays to identify genes, gene sets or gene networks which are associated with digestive and respiratory production diseases and leg disorders.
Designing and developing a microarray to screen rodent species for zoonotic pathogens from different countries.
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