Dr Christophe Corre
Our teams lab supervisor. He gave us access to his lab when we needed it, helped us with shipping our parts, supported us in the develop of our ideas and found us contacts throughout the department.
Dr. Corinne Hanlon
Our teams supervisor. From safety forms to finance, she did it all. Dedicated a substantial amount of her time to us, made sure iGEM could exist. The fundamental pillar which Warwick iGEM relies on.
Gave us lab space, helped introduce us to lab safety, let us use every piece of lab equipment: pipettes, nanodrops, incubators, spectrophotometers, centrifuges, everything.
Dr. Emzo De Los Santos
Helped guide our project, instrumental in the Bacillus plasmid design. Gave us advice on our presentation skills. Directed our project at meetings.
Our teams lab guru. Spent the entirety of iGEM supporting us and helping us with our project, both wet lab and dry lab, theory and practice
Our lab's pillar of support. Provided support, advice and help from day 1, running biology bootcamps with us and aiding our project from conception to completion.
Our lab queen. Helped us learn proper techniques, plan experiments, understand data from project start to finish.
Dr Eleanor Jameson
Helped us with safety forms and provided us access to her contamination level 2 laboratory for our fatberg sample analysis and supported our research and findings
Robert Ramirez Garcia
Helped direct our meetings and provided direction for all areas of our project.
Provided us with an introduction and bootcamp to scientific and biological modelling. Provided support and helped us with our model
Provided direction at our meetings, gave feedback to our presentations and helped our public outreach and human practise ideas to progress
Provided us with the Oxford Nanopore minION for demonstration at our public outreach events and guided us throughout our wet lab project
Provided guidance, direction and equipment during cloning experiments.
Provided help and support during our cloning experiments as well as direction for the project.
Provided so much support on every level with iGEM from parts registry to wiki coding.
Dr. John McCarthy
As the head of WISB, provided valuable feedback on our presentation and project as a whole
Dr. Robert Spooner
Gave us key insights on our presentation and raised scientific technicalities.
Dr Justin Pachebat for sharing his sample of fatberg DNA extracted from the Whitechapel Fatberg at Aberystwyth University.
Dr Samuel Fox for providing a sample of fatberg from Liverpool at United Utilities.
Dr Tom Curran for his insights in fatberg research and prevention at University College Dublin.
Connah Jonhson for providing crucial guidance on the modelling.
Kalesh Sasidharan of Humane Technologies who provided us his MicrobeMeter to study the growth effects of bacteria in samples of oil.
Gurprit Jandu for helping us design and code our wiki page.
Michael Soreanu for helping us bring our wiki page to life.
Dr Ahmad Mannan for his insight and support in modelling.
Neena Gill for her insight into our integrated human practice.
Professor John Love for his insight and support in briefing us on the fatberg sample experiments we carried out.
Professor Christopher Quince for letting us use his computer cluster.
Mr Ian Portman for coordinating the imaging suite and helping us to use the fluorescent microscope.
Dr Rebecca Allen for advising us on safety and helping us obtain cells from Switzerland for our collaboration.
Dr Josh Nelthorpe-Cowne for sharing their protocol for extracting DNA from a fatberg .
Fatbergs for being disgusting but interesting to work with.