Sally Musungu is a doctoral researcher at the Centre for Environmental Policy and affiliated with the Science and Solutions for the Changing Planet at the Grantham Institute. She is investigating the impacts of climate change on banana pests and banana crop biodiversity. She was supervised by the late Professor John Mumford. Prof Kris Murray has been her supervisor.
Sally has been collaborating with Dr Godfrey Taulya and Dr Victor Manyong from the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) in Uganda to assess the implications of climate change on national food security with a focus on banana crops.
She is a Faculty for the Future Fellow at the Schlumberger. She was an IITA Graduate Fellow and a Mawazo Fellow.
Sally has been involved in many science outreach activities and has taken many leadership roles at the University. Notably, she was a Communication Researcher at the Imperial Graduate School Students as Partners initiative and is a Graduate Teaching Assistant.