Congratulations to Dr Adam Britton
9 November 2018
Genetics, Evolution and Environment
Please join us in congratulating Dr Adam Britton (Dr Julia Day lab) who successfully passed his viva on 5 November. His thesis "Assessing human impacts on Lake Tanganyika cichlid fish communities" was examined by Professor Martin Genner from University of Bristol, an expert in the evolution and ecology of cichlid fishes, and Dr Alex Pigot, GEE a Royal Society Research Fellow.
Adam is now working as a marine scientist for the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC). We wish him every success in his future career.