BSAC Spring Conference & AGM

Addressing the AMR burden in everyday practice

18-19 May 2023

QEII Conference Centre London & online

Miss Lucy Dillon

Lucy Dillon is currently in her third year of her PhD at Queen’s University Belfast. Her PhD focuses on understanding the relationship between AMR phenotype and genotype using computational techniques such as machine learning and pangenomics. She is originally from a laboratory-based background studying Biology BSc and Infection Biology MRes in Manchester before starting her PhD.