Pudding Seminar with Constanza Toro-Valdivieso

‘Conservation genetics: The microbiome as an indicator of population stability in fur seals populations’

Constanza is a qualified veterinary surgeon, having graduated from Universidad Mayor, Chile. She is currently a PhD student working under the supervision of Dr Barbara Blacklaws.

After finishing her licentiate in veterinary sciences, Constanza completed several internships, including at Colorado State University, at Klamath Biological Station based in California, where she supported demographic research on the Northern Spotted owl, and at the University of Cambridge in the Laboratory of viral zoonotics, where she worked on the expression of recombinant Murine Norovirus capsid protein and in vivo antigen localization.

All Senior Members, Students, and Staff are warmly invited to attend the Pudding Seminars, which feature coffee, cake, and lively discussion! To allow people to get to 2pm appointments, please note that coffee and cake will be available from 1 o’clock with the Seminar starting promptly at 1.15pm.

Full details of all this term’s pudding seminars can be found on the
college website:
http://www.newn.cam.ac.uk/research/pudding-seminars/forthcoming-pudding-seminars/