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Jemma Snell


Microbiologist

Jemma Snell is one of our Microbiologists at QIB Extra, working on bespoke industrial projects.  After graduating from Oxford University, with a MA in Biological Sciences, Jemma qualified as a Health and Care Professions Council registered Biomedical Scientist. 

With 9 years of microbiology experience, she previously held employment with Public Health England, where she gained a broad working knowledge of microbiology within a clinical diagnostic setting, with expertise in bacteriology, virology, mycology, parasitology and molecular and serological methods. 

Jemma has extensive experience in the identification of a wide range of human pathogens and commensal flora, and their wider implications within public health.
 

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