Erika Neave

School of Biological and Environmental Sciences

1st year PhD student working under the NERC-funded grant: "SpongeDNA - Bolstering marine biodiversity exploration and monitoring through natural environmental DNA samplers" and employed through the Natural History Museum (London). Exploring future avenues of environmental DNA studies in the marine environment to better understand community and ecosystem level dynamics.


2019, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States, M.Sc., Marine Sciences
2017, Florida Institute of Technology, United States, B.Sc., Biological Sciences, marine biology

Academic appointments

PhD student, Liverpool John Moores University, 2021 - present
Research Assistant, Natural History Museum, 2020 - present