Ms Elisabeth Williamson

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

PhD Candidate

School of Agriculture, Food and Wine

Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology

Elisabeth Williamson is a PhD student researching how microbes in the food and guts of Australian native bees influence their health. Educated at The University of Adelaide, Elisabeth obtained a Bachelor in Applied Biology, majoring in Plant Product Innovation. She went on to be awarded first class Honours, on her project that aided the development of a method that estimates the density of honey bees using population genetics methods.

February 2023: DR Stranks Travelling Fellowship - The University of Adelaide

March 2022: Awarded the William Macleay Microbiology Research Fund - The Linnean Society

September 2022: Awarded the Small Grants Research Scheme - The Royal Society of South Australia

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