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Professor Innes Cuthill



2008-2012              Head of School, School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol.

1998-present          Professor of Behavioural Ecology, University of Bristol.

1996-1998              Reader in Behavioural Ecology, University of Bristol.

1989-1996              Lecturer in Zoology (Behavioural Ecology), University of Bristol.

1985-1989              Concurrently: Junior Research Fellow, Brasenose College, Oxford; Departmental Demonstrator (in ornithology), Department of Zoology, Oxford University; College Lecturer in Biological Sciences, Brasenose College, Oxford; College Lecturer in Zoology, Exeter College, Oxford.

Academic Qualifications

 1985                       D.Phil. (Oxon.) Zoology. Pembroke College, Oxford. (Supervisors: Prof. J.R. Krebs & Dr. A. Kacelnik (titles as in 1985).

1982                       B.A. (Cantab.) Natural Sciences (Part II Zoology). First Class Honours. Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Class I in Parts I & II of Tripos.

Special Awards, Honours and Distinctions

2007-2010              President, the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (the leading European professional association in the field)

2005                       Nature (Nature Publishing Group) and NESTA (the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts) award for mentoring in science. First recipient of the ‘mid-career’ award for developing the careers of young scientists.

1998                       Scientific Medal of the Zoological Society of London, for contributions to zoology by a scientist under 40 years old.