Jeremy S Webb
University of Southampton
Professor Jeremy S Webb is Professor of Microbiology within Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton. Career History 2015-Present: Professor of Microbiology. Biological Sciences, University of Southampton, UK. 2012-2016: Director of the Graduate School of Biological Sciences. University of Southampton, UK. 2014-2015: Associate Professor Centre in Microbiology. University of Southampton, UK. 2012-2014: Senior Lecturer. University of Southampton, UK. Fellowship awards 2006-2011: BBSRC David Phillips Fellow. University of Southampton, UK. 2002-2006: Australian Research Council APD Fellowship. University of New South Wales, Australia. 2000-2002: Leverhulme Trust Study Abroad Award. University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Academic Qualifications 1996-2000: PhD Microbiology. University of Manchester, UK. 1995-1996: MSc (Distinction). University of Exeter, UK. 1992-1995: BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences. University of Exeter, UK.
His primary research area is focused on Microbial Biofilms and their Control, Adaptive Biology and Evolution of Microorganisms, Biofilm-Associated Infection, Microbial Ecology, Environmental Biotechnology, Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR).