Mark Roper


Personal photo - Mark Roper

Mark Roper

Doctoral Student at the

Rex Richards Building, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QU

Background

  • BA(Hons) Biological Sciences, New College, Oxford (2015-18)

    Research Interests

  • The evolution of senescence
  • Antibiotic resistance
  • General principles of social evolution

    Previous Research Projects

  • Internship Project: Investigating the relationship between a social amoeba, Dictyostelium discoideum, and Paraburkholderia bacteria - Joan Strassmann and David Queller @ Washington University in St.Louis (2017)
  • FHS Project: Investigating the relationship between a slug, Limacus maculatus, and its parasitic mites, Ricardoella oudemansi - Jonathan Green @ University of Oxford (2017/18)

    Current Research Projects

  • Still and Unsolved Problem of Biology - Pol Capdevilla and Rob Salguero-Gomez.
  • Exploring the determinants of senescence worldwide - Mike Bonsall and Rob Salguero-Gomez.
  • Exploring the social dynamics of bacterial resistance to antibiotics - Melanie Ghoul, Danny Wilson and Ashleigh Griffin.

    Conferences

  • Upcoming: British Ecological Society Annual Conference 2018, Birmingham, UK - Oral Presentation.

    Publications

  • In preperation: Still an Unsolved Problem of Biology, Mark Roper, Pol Capdevilla and Rob Salguero-Gomez.

    Timetable