General

Professor Philippe B Wilson

Professor of Animal Science and Bioinformatics at Nottingham Trent University, and Head of Conservation at the Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST).

Last updated: 05 October 2020

Bio

Professor Philippe B. Wilson is a Professor of Animal Science and Bioinformatics at Nottingham Trent University, and Head of Conservation at the Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST).

He was awarded the Royal Society of Chemistry Joseph Black Medal for his research and pedagogy in analytical chemistry in 2019, and was named as one of the top 118 young chemists in the world by IUPAC in their 2019 Periodic Table of Younger Chemists.
Philippe completed his PhD in Theoretical Chemistry in 2016, spending the next four years developing computational approaches to analytical chemistry and biochemistry, before being appointed in 2020 to a Chair in Animal Science and Bioinformatics at Nottingham Trent University, where he employs the computational and practical techniques he has developed in studies of the metabolome, proteome and genome in humans and animals.
In his role at RBST, a Farm Animal Genetic Resources charity, Philippe applies his research to the robust and quantitative analysis and management of populations; implementing algorithms and protocols to develop bespoke analyses for livestock samples, biofluids and livestock systems. 

Personal Interest

 

Category of Interest

Organisation/Body & Nature of Interest

Direct employment

Rare Breeds Survival Trust

Nottingham Trent University

Shareholdings

 

Helios Shield Ltd.

Membership

Trustee, Poultry Club of Great Britain

Chairman, Rare Poultry Society

Non Personal Interest

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Organisation/Body & Nature of Interest

Fellowship

Linnean Society of London