Biointeractions and Crop Protection
Bliss is a PhD student at Rothamsted Research and the University of Nottingham, as part of the BBSRC-funded DTP programme. Her background is in seed biology, where she completed a Masters in Biological Sciences by research in this area. She has chosen to complete rotations in plant pathology, chemical ecology and molecular entomology at Rothamsted Research as part of the Biointeractions and Crop Protection department. Her background skill set comprises of molecular biology with a focus on the molecular and physiological mechanisms of seed ageing and longevity.
2016-2017 Masters of Biological Sciences by Research, Royal Holloway University of London
2013-2016 Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, Royal Holloway University of London