Michelle Hollingsworth's research group

PhD students


Sabina Knees
Phylogeny and distribution of Abies around the Mediterranean
Supervisors: Stephen Jury (University of Reading) and Michelle Hollingsworth

Susanna Favela
Taxonomic complexity in Mexican Pines
Supervisors: Richard Ennos, Michelle Hollingsworth and Martin Gardner

MSc students

Catherine Sharp (2003)
Population genetic structure of Melampyrum sylvaticum
Supervisors: Pete Hollingsworth, Michelle Hollingsworth and Paul Gallagher (Scottish Wildlife Trust)

Simon Gulliver (2002)
Spatial patterns of genotypic diversity in Hazel
Supervisors: Pete Hollingsworth, Michelle Hollingsworth and Brian Coppins

Alan Forrest (2001)
Conservation genetics of Spiranthes romanzoffiana
Supervisors: Pete Hollingsworth, Michelle Hollingsworth and Chris Sydes (Scottish Natural Heritage)

Christina Oliver (1999)
Conservation genetics of Euphrasia
Supervisors: Pete Hollingsworth, Michelle Hollingsworth and Alan Silverside (University of Paisley)

Max Coleman (1998)
The application of RAPDs to the critical taxonomy of the English endemic elm Ulmus plotii Druce
Supervisors: Pete Hollingsworth and Michelle Hollingsworth

Visiting researchers

Camila M. Martinez
Population genetic structure of Prumnopitys in Chile
Supervisors: Michelle Hollingsworth, Martin Gardner and Phil Thomas

Darian Stark
Conservation genetics of endangered Chilean plant species
Supervisors: Michelle Hollingsworth, Martin Gardner and Phil Thomas 

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