Dr KEITH CHAMBERLAIN
Biointeractions and Crop Protection
Keith is interested in the identification of chemicals that mediate the interactions between organisms; plant-plant, plant-insect, insect-insect, insect-mammal, mammal-mammal. He is also interested in the analysis and identification of naturally occurring chemicals using chromatography (HPLC & GC) and mass spectrometry. He is currently working on rodent pheromones.
- The interplay of rodent behaviour and semiochemistry:from scientific principles to control strategies
- 1965 - Bachelor (Hons) of Science, Chemistry, University of Birmingham
- 1972 - PhD in Agricultural Chemistry, Wye College, University of London