Panagiotis completed a mini project in the Alberti lab on genome mining for meroterpenoid biosynthetic gene clusters. Previous to that, he completed his BSc in Biology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, followed by an MSc in Molecular Bioengineering at the Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (Technical University of Dresden, Germany). Panagiotis is now undertaking his PhD at the University of Leicester.

Mr Panagiotis Patsis

Mini-project PhD student

Divjot received her BSc(Hons) in Biochemistry from the University of Surrey, spending 12 months working in the Church lab at Harvard Medical School. From April to July 2019, Divjot worked on a rotation project for her SynBio CDT PhD programme in the Alberti lab (co-supervised by Dr Christophe Corre), studying Coenzyme Q production in yeast.

Ms Divjot Kaur

Mini-project PhD student

Saraa completed her MBio in Biochemistry, and as part of her course she carried out an experimental research project in the Alberti lab between October 2019 and June 2020. She worked on the biosynthesis of terpenoid natural products in fungi using yeast as heterologous host.

Ms Saraa Kaleem

MBio student

Group photo - December 2019. From left to right: Marlene Rothe, Jack Weaver, Jingfan Zhang, Kerry Thompson, Saraa Kaleem, Duha Alkhder, Fabrizio Alberti, Panward Prasongpholchai.