Who We Are
Our work would not be possible without our incredible team.
Jackie Mackenzie-Dodds manages the Molecular Collections facility MCf at the Natural History Museum NHM London, developing and curating the 2M biodiversity sample repository since its launch in 2011, making biodiversity genetic resources accessible to the wider scientific community. She has over 30 years of experience in and laboratory management and molecular biology research from both industry and academia with research at the NHM including a wide variety of projects in non-human species in taxonomy and evolution. From 2008 she has focussed on molecular collections management and biobanking, aligning and collaborating in initiatives in the EU and US including ESBB, ISBER, GGBN, SYNTHESYS, Frozen Ark and more recently CryoArks and Darwin Tree of Life DToL projects. Jackie joined Nature’s SAFE Scientific Committee in September 2020 an advisory role, representing the different biodiversity biobanking networks, consortia and institutions she is involved in.