Staff and research
Head of lab.
- Professor Gareth Jones. The ecology of echolocation, the functional, behavioural and evolutionary ecology of bats, conservation of bats.
- Dr Roger Ransome. Ecology and conservation of the greater horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus ferrumequinum.
- Dr Danilo Russo. Ecology of bats in Italy.
- Bruna Bezerra. Vocal communication in wild golden-backed uacari.
- Rachael Cooper
- Paul Hope
- Orly Razgour
Hugo Rebelo. Ecological characterization of tree dwelling bats in Portugal.
- Emma Stone. Mitigation in bat conservation. Joint supervision with Professor S. Harris.
- Matt Zeale. Dietary ecology of barbastelles.
- Madeleine Ryan
Former members of the lab
- Tessa Knight. Habitat use and diet of lesser horsehoe bats.
- Dr Kate Barlow. Diet, roosting and communication in two cryptic pipistrelle species. Now an ecological consultant.
Dr Lene Berge. Resource partitioning in the cryptic species M. brandtii and M. mystacinus.
- Dr Arjan Boonman. Use of 'acoustic flow' by echolocating FM bats. Moved to Tubingen and Humboldt University, Berlin, now at Marseilles University.
- Dr Adam Britton. Foraging and echolocation in Bats. Now works on crocodiles in Australia.
- Dr Shiang-Fan Chen. Population structure and echolocation calls of bats in Taiwan. Now at Tapei Zoo.
- Dr Ian Davidson-Watts. Resource partitioning in two cryptic pipistrelle species.
- Dr Elena De Fanis. Communication between mother and infant bats.
- Dr Laurent Duvergé. Ecology and conservation of the the greater horseshoe bat. Now works for the Vincent Wildlife Trust on bats.
- Dr Jon Flanders. Ecology, phylogeny and spatial modelling of bats on the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset. Recently awarded a UK-China Fellowship for Excellence to carry out research at East China Normal University.
Dr Sarah Harris. Lyssaviruses in UK bats. Now works for the Veterinary Laboratories Agency Rabies Unit, Weybridge.
- Dr Angela Hollyfield. Diet in relation to prey availability and echolocation in bats.
- Dr Rob Houston. Sensory ecology of aerial insectivorous bats, Interactive Biological Sonar Web Project. Now works on science publications with Dorling Kindersley.
- Dr Patsy Hughes. Development of flight in bats. Worked at the House of Commons as an environmental researcher.
Dr Nancy Jennings. Interactions between agricultural management, biodiversity and life history: insectivorous mammals and their prey as bioindicators.
- Dr Kirsty Park. Mating systems in bats. Now a lecturer at the University of Stirling.
Dr Katie Parsons. Swarming behaviour in bats. Now Biodiversity Officer at the Bat Conservation Trust.
Dr Stephen Rossiter. Behavioural and molecular ecology of the greater horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus ferrumequinum. Now a Royal Society University Research Fellow at Queen Mary University of London.
- Dr Danilo Russo. Species identification by echolocation calls and habitat use of bats in Italy. Now at the University of Naples.
- Sarah Jane Scott. Effects of riparian management on bat activity. Joint supervision with Professor S. Harris.
- Dr Adora Thabah. Echolocation and flight morphology of bats in north-east India.
- Dr Dean Waters. Bat-moth interactions. Now an academic at the University of Leeds.
- Dr Liat Wickramasinghe. The abundance and diversity of bats on organic farms in Britain. Now an ecological consultant.
- Dr Carol Williams. Ecology of lesser horseshoe bats in winter. Works currently with English Nature on conservation.
Tony Wood. The implications of human land-use for bat diversity and activity in Malaysia.
- Dr Raphael Arlettaz. Echolocation and passive listening in bats. Now a Professor at Berne University.
- Dr Marc Holderied. Echolocation call structure and its relationship with flight ecology. Now a lecturer at the University of Bristol.
- Dr Alex Norman. The neuroethological interactions between echolocating bats and tympanate moths.
- Dr Stuart Parsons. Acoustic species identification using artificial neural networks, echolocation call structure and its relationship with flight ecology. Now an academic at the University of Auckland.
- Dr Michael Pocock. Interactions between agricultural management, biodiversity and life history: insectivorous mammals and their prey as bioindicators.
- Richard Shaw. Simulation of bat echolocation (Robat Project).
Nancy Jennings and Steve Rossiter have also been postdocs here (see PhD students, above).