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Dr Jamie Haystead

Postgraduate Associate

Department: Applied Sciences

Jamie is a Senior Research Assistant with the Department of Applied Sciences at Northumbria University and a member of the HBBE and part of the Living Construction research group. He has a Bachelor of Sciences in Biology, a Master of Sciences in Microbiology, and a PhD titled "The Investigation of Microbial Induced Calcium Carbonate Precipitation for Soil Improvement", all from Northumbria University. Jamie focuses on research involving microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation, with a focus on understanding the microbological processes involved.

Jamie Haystead

Jamie has research interests in microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation, with a focus on understanding the microbiological processes involved.

  • Microbiology PhD November 27 2023
  • Microbiology MSc July 01 2018

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