Angharad Gatehouse

Professor Angharad Gatehouse (UK) born in 1954 is the chair of the Invertebrate Molecular Biology Department at the University of Newcastle. She is also head of Molecular Agriculture within the Institute of Sustainability, which coordinates research across Newcastle University around key issues of sustainability, including food security. Her over-arching research interests are in the molecular and biochemical bases of insect-plant interactions for the development of novel approaches to crop protection. As part of this, her research interests also encompass the potential impact of such technologies as non-target organisms, particularly beneficial insects including pollinators such as bees, and natural enemies such as parasitoids and predators.

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