Dr Kelly Moyes


My research and professional career has focused on British ecology, conservation and natural history.  My early career found me living and working on the Isle of Rum in Scotland studying the population ecology of red deer.  During three years as an ecological consultant I provided advice to landowners, developers and planners on the ecological impacts of developments and I continue to maintain a keen interest in the issues surrounding British conservation.  I have also studied badgers in Cornwall, examining the mechanisms for contact with cattle to understand how bovine tuberculosis is transmitted between the species. 


2007: PhD University of Kent and Imperial College (Silwood Park)
2001: BSc University of Reading


2014:            Lecturer, Centre for Ecology & Conservation, University of Exeter
2012-2014:    Post-doctoral Research Assistant, Badger Cattle Contact Project, Institute of Zoology
2009-2012:    Senior Ecologist, Wild Frontier Ecology, Norfolk
2007-2009:    Post-doctoral Research Associate, Large Animal Research Group, University of Cambridge

Contact details

Tel+44 (0) 1326 259239
AddressDaphne du Maurier Building
University of Exeter
Penryn Campus
TR10 9FE
Office hours

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Wednesday 12-1pm

Thursday 12-1pm

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