Prof Craig Winstanley BSc PhD

Professor Clinical Infection, Microbiology and Immunology

About

Personal Statement

My research interests lie in the use of genomics and molecular techniques to study Gram-negative bacterial pathogens, specifically their evolution, population behaviour & pathogenicity.

Invitations to Conferences:

22nd – 25th February 2016. SMBE Satellite Workshop on Genome Evolution in Pathogen Transmission and Disease, Shiga Kogen, Japan (Invited Speaker)

10th – 12th February 2016. European Young Investigator Meeting (CF), Institute Pasteur, Paris, France (Invited Speaker, Moderator and Reviewer)

23rd – 26th May 2016. The Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress, International Convention Centre, Birmingham. Invited Speaker.

14th March – 17nd April 2014. Society for General Microbiology, Liverpool. Invited speaker in Symposium entitled: Pseudomonas signalling, secretion & sensing

7th – 11th September 2013. 14th International Conference on Pseudomonas, Lausanne, Switzerland. Title of presentation: Secrets of a transmissible Pseudomonas aeruginosa “superbug”.

Organiser of the 16th International Conference on Pseudomonas in Liverpool in 2017.

Prizes or Honours

  • 1982 Honours Year UMIST Course Prize for Biochemistry (UMIST, 1982)

Other Personal Distinctions

  • Organiser (16th International Conference on Pseudomonas in Liverpool in 2017., 2017)
  • Invited Speaker (The Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress, International Convention Centre, Birmingham. , 2016)
  • Invited Speaker, Reviewer and Moderator (European Young Investigator Meeting (CF), Institute Pasteur, Paris, France , 2016)
  • Invited speaker (22nd – 25th February 2016. SMBE Satellite Workshop on Genome Evolution in Pathogen Transmission and , 2016)