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Dr Robert Graham

Research overview

My research interests include invertebrate pathology and host-microbe evolution; particularly in understanding how microorganisms regulate and manipulate host species to maintain stability and sustainability within ecosystems; to understand the role that disease and endosymbionts play in driving host populations dynamics, and how we may utilise this knowledge to develop successful integrated pest management strategies for globally-important crop pests.

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