Microbiology and Infectious Disease Swansea University Medical School ILS-1 Building, Singleton Park, Swansea. SA2 8PP
+44 (0) 7740 355531
mail (at) rowjenkins.com
I am currently working at the Swansea University Medical School as a lecturer/researcher. I am involved in providing research led teaching in microbiology and molecular biology on both the
undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Outside of the lecture room I also give talks to other interested groups as part of events like the National Science and Engineering week, as well as
presenting our latest findings about manuka honey to bee keeping groups across the country.
In the laboratory I am involved in researching the potential for novel antimicrobial agents such as manuka honey to inhibit or eradicate bacteria of clinical significance e.g.: MRSA, P.
aeruginosa, and A. baumannii.
When I’m not in the laboratory or lecture theatre I can usually be found out and about on a horse in the Black Mountains or down the local rugby club cheering on the team.