Ms Victoria Buswell
School of Biological and Marine Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Victoria studies at the School of Biological and Marine Science within the Ecology and Evolution research group. Currently she is working towards her Ph.D. investigating the phenotypic and genomic basis of local adaptation in the UK native honey bee Apis mellifera mellifera. Victoria's research is in partnership with B4, a community interest company, that represents a group of bee keepers whose aim is to protect the UK's native bee.
Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent 2013-2017
The Genetics Society
Key publications are highlightedJournals
Ellis, J. S., Soland-Reckeweg, G, Buswell. V. G, Huml,J.V.,Brown, A., Knight, M.E. (2018) ‘Introgression in native populations of Apismellifera mellifera L :implications for conservation’,Journal of Insect Conservation. Springer International Publishing, 0(0), p. 0.doi: 10.1007/s10841-018-0067-7.