Professor Angus Buckling
Professor of Evolutionary Biology
Broad research specialisms
I work on the evolutionary ecology of microbes, primarily by studying evolution in real time in controlled environments (experimental evolution). Research interests range from developing and testing general evolutionary ecology theory (host-parasite coevolution, social evolution, evolution of species diversity, evolution within community contexts) to more applied issues (evolution of virulence, antimicrobials, biomethane production, heavy metal bioremediation).
1998 PhD Edinburgh
1995 BSc(hons) Psychology/Zoology University of Bristol
1998-2001: Postdoctoral RA, Plant Sciences, University of Oxford
2001-2004: Royal Society URF, Biology & Bicohemistry, University of Bath
2004-2009: Royal Society URF, Zoology, University of Oxford
2007-2010: Tutorial Fellow in Zoology, Magdalen College, Oxford.
2009-2010: University Lecturer, Zoology, University of Oxford
2011- present: Professor, Biosciences, University of Exeter Cornwall Campus
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