Editorial Board

Senior Editors

Ken Wilson (Executive Editor)

Professor of Evolutionary Ecology, Lancaster University, UK
Ken became Executive Editor of the journal in January 2014 having been an Editor of the Journal since 2009. His main interest is the evolutionary ecology of host-parasite interactions. His research encompasses both laboratory and field-based studies, and is generally aimed at challenging theory with data. His study organisms include invertebrates, birds and mammals.

Ben Sheldon

Director of the Edward Grey Institute, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, UK
Ben joined the Editors of the journal in January 2014, having previously served as an Associate Editor. He has broad interests in evolutionary biology, ecology and behavioural ecology and most of his work uses birds as model organisms. He is particularly interested in the ecological and evolutionary causes of variation in natural populations, and in utilizing experimental manipulation with analysis of long-term data sets.

Jean-Michel Gaillard

Directeur de Recherche, Research Unit 'Biométrie et Biologie Evolutive', CNRS, University of Lyon, FR
Jean-Michel became a Senior Editor in May 2014. His research concentrates on understanding evolutionary processes in populations of large mammals from analyses of their dynamics and identifying life history strategies of vertebrates from comparative studies. He is also interested in habitat selection by vertebrates and in how these populations are responding to climate change.

Nate Sanders

Professor of Macroecology, University of Copenhagen, DK
Nate joined the Senior Editor board in September 2015. Nate’s research interests include macroecology, global change ecology, and community ecology. He tends to work on ants, but dabbles with other taxa when necessary.

 

'In Focus' Editor

Graeme Hays

Deakin University, Australia
Graeme joined the Editors of the journal in February 2005. He is Alfred Deakin Professor and Chair in Marine Science at Deakin University. His area of interests and research are the Ecology of marine vertebrates and invertebrates, conservation biology, biotelemetry, marine turtles and plankton.
 

Associate Editors

Priyanga Amarasekare, UCLA, USA
Daniel Ardia, Franklin and Marshall University, USA
Lise Aubry, Utah State University, US
Ronald Bassar, University of Oxford, UK,
Spencer Behmer, Texas A&M University, USA
Luca Börger, Swansea University, UK
Thierry Boulinier, CNRS, FR
Sandra Bouwhuis, Institute of Avian Research, DE
Jason Chapman, Rothamsted, UK
Dylan Childs, University of Sheffield, UK
Sonya Clegg, University of Oxford, UK
Sheena Cotter, University of Lincoln, UK
Kim Cuddington, University of Waterloo, CA
Ben Dantzer, University of Michigan, US
Elizabeth Derryberry, Tulane University, US
Niels Dingemanse, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, DE
Alison Dunn, University of Leeds, UK
Jenny Dunn, RSPB, UK
Audrey Dussutour, Toulouse University, FR
Christophe Eizaguirre, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Anna Eklöf, Linköping University, SE
Andy Fenton, University of Liverpool, UK
John Fryxell, University of Guelph, CA
Martin Genner, University of Bristol, UK
Jennifer Gill, University of East Anglia, UK
Blaine Griffen, University of South Carolina, US
Simon Griffith, Macquarie University, AU
Peter Hambäck, University of Stockholm, SE
Bethany Hoye, Deakin University, AU
Alice Hughes, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CN
Thomas Ings, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge UK
Andrew Jackson,  The University of Dublin, IE
Sissel Jentoft, University of Norway, NO
Frank Johansson, University of Umeå, SE
Anna Kuparinen, University of Helsinki, FI
Lesley Lancaster, University of Aberdeen, UK
Subhash Lele, University of Alberta, CA
Anne Loison, Université de Savoie, FR
Shai Meiri, Tel Aviv University, IL
Julie Morand-Ferron, University of Ottawa, CA
Becky Morris, University of Oxford, UK
Rachel Norman, University of Stirling, UK
Eoin O'Gorman, Imperial College London, UK
Kate Parr, University of Liverpool, UK
Fanie Pelletier, University of Sherbrooke, CA
Ally Phillimore, University of Edinburgh, UK
Stewart Plaistow, University of Liverpool, UK
Laura Prugh, University of Washington, US
John Quinn, University College Cork, IE
Mariano A. Rodriguez-Cabal, Universidad del Comahue, AR
Volker Rudolf, Rice University, US
Daniel B Stouffer, University of Canterbury, NZ
Celine Teplitsky, CNRS, FR
Elisa Thebault, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, FR
Jason Tylianakis, University of Canterbury, NZ
Martijn van de Pol, Australian National University, AU
Frank van veen, University of Exeter, UK
Dehua Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CN
Tom Webb, University of Sheffield, UK
Ben Woodcock, CEH, UK

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