My name is Shannon Greer (née Easterlow) and I am a 4th year Plant and Environmental Sciences PhD student at the University of Warwick, The School of Life Sciences, Wellesbourne Campus.
I undertook my BSc. in Biological Sciences at The University of Warwick in 2011 where I tailored my degree towards virology in my 2nd year and furthered my interests in plant biology through an Undergraduate Research Support Scheme (URSS). After graduating in the summer of 2014, I went on to work as a Laboratory Technician in Dr. Jose Gutierrez-Marcos group at the Univeristy's Gibbet Hill Campus. After a year gaining vital research experience as a technician I moved on to begin a 4-year PhD project in at the University.
About my research...
I have been extremely fortunate to receive funding to undertake a 4-year PhD (2015-2019) that combines both of my interests in virology and plant biology:
Project title: 'Broadening and improving the Turnip yellows virus resistance base in oilseed rape (BITYR)'
I am a BBSRC iCASE student at the University of Warwick. To learn more about my research project please see My Research.
Shannon Greer (née Easterlow)
Shannon dot Easterlow at warwick dot ac dot uk
School of Life Sciences
The Wellesbourne Campus
University of Warwick
Tel: +44 (0)24 7657 5143