Dr Joanna RandallResearch Associate, Sessional - Teaching
I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at Lancaster Environment Centre, an Early Career Researcher Rep at the BES, and working group member of INNGE (International Network of Next Generation Ecologists). Interested in disease ecology, I am currently working on a BBSRC-funded project (Lead Investigator: Ken Wilson) to investigate the role that host nutrition plays in determining the outcomes of host-parasite interactions, in an insect-bacterial model system.
A comparison of the TC10™ automated cell counter and the hemocytometer for quantifying insect hemocytes.
Randall, J., Tummala, Y., Wilson, K. 05/2013
Endemic infection reduces transmission potential of an epidemic parasite during co-infection
Randall, J., Cable, J., Guschina, I., Harwood, J., Lello, J. 2013 In: Proceedings of the Royal Society B : Biological Sciences. 280
Carbohydrate and amino acid metabolism of the diplomonad parasite Spironucleus vortens
Millet, C., Lloyd, D., Coogan, M., Rumsey, J., Cable, J. 2011 In: Journal of Experimental Parasitology. 129, 1, p. 17-26. 10 p.