Jeremy's group studies bacteriophage – viruses that infect bacteria – and specifically investigates the tri-partite symbioses formed between bacteriophage, their bacterial hosts and eukaryotic cells and surfaces. He oversees an experimental biology lab that utilises a range of cross-disciplinary techniques to investigate fundamental and mechanistic bacteriophage biology.
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Ten fun facts about phages
Never heard of bacteriophages? They're the most abundant biological entity on the planet, and play a vital role in keeping us alive.