My teaching strongly reflects both my multidisciplinary research interests as well as my commitment to shaping and influencing curriculum development within the department. Furthermore, I have an excellent overview of the curriculum, teaching at all levels, including on almost all of the modules that are compulsory for Biology (BG) for which I am the subject coordinator, as well as supervision of undergraduate research projects.
Stage 1 (level 4): BIOL4001 (Biodiversity; lectures), and BIOL4009 (Science in Practice; PASS tutorials)
Stage 2 (Level 5): BIOL5013 (Research Methods for Biological and Environmental Sciences; seminars), BIOL5014 (Molecular Biology; lectures), BIOL5015 (Genetics; lectures and practicals), BIOL5016 (Developmental Biology; lectures and seminars), and BIOL5022 (Animal Behaviour; lectures)
Stage 2 (Level 6): BIOL6005 (double module; Evolution and Animal Development; module leader; lectures, practicals and all marking), BIOL6006 (Environmental Change; lectures, mentoring NERC grant application proposals, and student seminars), BIOS6010 (Projects; statistics training session and supervision of project students), BIOL6009 (Independent Study in Life Sciences; supervision of students), and BIOL6008 (Advanced Topics in Wildlife Conservation).
See research group members (current and alumnus) earlier
Postgraduate Teaching and Supervision
Seminars and lectures on various postgraduate modules;BIOL7012 (Research Project on the MBiol Biology 80 credits;Module leader).