Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK (October 2015 – July 2019)
Thesis title: “Using a rice blast effector target to engineer NLR immune receptors with novel recognition specificities”
Supervisor: Professor Mark Banfield
John Innes Foundation Prize for Excellence in Science Communication (2019)

Bachelors of Arts (Hons) in Natural Sciences, 1st Class, University of Cambridge, UK (Sept 2011 – Sept 2014)
TB Wood Prize for Plant Sciences 2014 (awarded for highest mark in Plant Sciences Part II)
Percy Brian Award 2014 (awarded for highest mark in a Plant Sciences undergraduate research project)
Joshua King Prize 2014 (Queens’ College Year Prize)
Queens’ College President’s Subject Prize for Biology 2014

Additional Qualifications

Level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management, Institute of Leadership & Management (Nov 2020 – Nov 2021)
Modules: Becoming an Effective Leader, Leading Innovation and Change, Managing Own Continuing Professional Development, Management Communication, Managing Meetings, Understanding Work in Contemporary Society, Managing Marketing Activities, Managing Projects in the Organisation.