Ecology of Vision
The Ecology of Vision Research Group comprises members of staff with diverse research and teaching activities that are linked by a common interest in how animal vision functions in the context of the environment in which different species operate.
|Prof Innes Cuthill||Professor of Behavioural Ecology||CamoLab|
|Dr Nicholas Roberts||Reader||Group Website|
The Ecology of Vision tackles a pivotal task within Zoology: to understand how visual structures and functions of organisms relate to behaviour and environment, and to place this information in an evolutionary context.
Sensory Ecology was highlighted in the last Research Assessment Exercise as a particular strength of the School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol.
We have active links with research initiatives within the University of Bristol, particularly:
- The Bristol Vision Institute
- The University Research Centre in Behavioural Biology
- The Bristol Centre for Complexity Science
- The Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information
Current positions available
We are always interested in hearing from potential research fellows and graduate students (Ph.D. or M.Sc. by research) with an interest in visual ecology.