Benjamin J. Camm

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​ I am currently a PhD student in the Fournier-Level lab, after finishing my Masters in the same lab. My area of research was in herbicide resistance in Lolium rigidum, a weed in Australian farming systems. I have been looking at the viability and efficacy of how a gene drive might be able to reduce the levels of herbicide resistance in the weed population.

​ In the Fournier-Level lab, we use a combination of both molecular and computational skills. My research is grounded in natural populations of L. rigidum where I sequenced relevant parts of the genome and analysed them to find correlations between genotype and phenotype. This information can then be fed into my R-based model to simulate how a gene drive might progress.

For more information you can contact me here.