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Prof Paula Stockley

Professor of Evolutionary Ecology Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour


Personal Statement

My research focuses on mechanisms and evolutionary consequences of reproductive competition and sexual selection, particularly in mammals. I have broad interests in the fields of behavioural and evolutionary ecology relating to reproductive strategies, life history evolution and social behaviour. Multidisciplinary collaborations apply molecular and proteomics techniques to address evolutionary questions within these areas.

Personal Distinctions

  • Plenary Speaker (Invitation to Speak, MGSE Symposium, University of Munster 2018)
  • Plenary Speaker (Invitation to Speak, Biology of Spermatozoa 14 2017)
  • Silver Sperm Award (Biology of Spermatozoa 14 2017)
  • Keynote Speaker (Invitation to Speak, 8th European Conference on Behavioural Biology 2016)
  • Plenary Speaker (Invitation to Speak, ASAB Easter Conference, Durham 2015)
  • Plenary Speaker (EMPSEB 19 European Meeting of PhD Students in Evolutionary Biology, Cornwall 2013)
  • Plenary Speaker (Invitation to Speak, Symposium of Ecology and Evolution Doctoral Students (SeeDS), Bern, Switzerland 2012)
  • Keynote speaker (Biology of Spermatozoa Conference 2011)
  • Keynote Speaker (International Congress of Zoology, Paris 2008)
  • Institute of Advanced Study, Fast-Track Research Fellowship (Competitive Fellowship, The University of Durham 2007)
  • Visiting Research Scholarship (Competitive Fellowship, St John's College, University of Oxford 2002)
  • Sir Alastair Pilkington Award (University of Liverpool 2002)
  • Recognition Award (University of Liverpool 2002)

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