Department of Infection
University of Leicester
PhD Microbiology PhD Microbiology
My primary research interest is in understanding the ecology and molecular biology of bacteriophages and their relationships with bacterial hosts; both in bacterial pathogens and environmentally important bacteria. Much of my work focuses on the exploitation of bacteriophages and phage-derived products as an alternative to treating antibiotic resistant bacterial infections.
Nale, JY, Chutia M, Carr, P, Hickenbotham PT, and Clokie, MRC (2016). Get in early’; biofilm and wax moth (Galleria mellonella) models reveal new insights into the therapeutic potential of Clostridium difficile bacteriophages. Frontiers in Microbiology 7:1383.