Daphne Ezer

Turing Research Fellow

The Alan Turing Institute

About Daphne

Daphne Ezer leads a research group that focusses on developing new statistical methods for analysing plant genomic data and applying them to learn how plants respond to their environments. She is currently an EPSRC/BBSRC Innovation Fellow and a Turing Research Fellow. She earned her PhD in Genetics from the University of Cambridge on a Marshall Scholarship, and previously studied computer science and biology at Duke University on an Angier B Duke Scholarship.