Staff profile

Dr Alison Cameron


Teaching and Research Lecturer

Location: ECW, 3rd Floor, Room 302.

Phone: 01248 382326

Email: a.cameron@bangor.ac.uk

Career History

2016-present: Lecturer, Bangor University
2010-2016: Lecturer, Queen's University Belfast
2008-20010: Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology
2005-2008: Post Doctoral Research Fellow, University of California Berkeley, CA, USA
2005: Post Doctoral Research Associate, Princeton University, NJ, USA
2002-2005: PhD. Biological Sciences, University of Leeds
1999: MSc. Conservation Biology. Percy FitzPatrick Institute for Ornithology, University of Cape Town
2003-1997: BSc Hons. Tropical Environmental Science. Aberdeen University

I am also currently a Visiting Research Fellow at Queen's University Belfast.

Teaching

BSX-3150: Life in a Changing Climate

Current Research

2013-2017: PI on ESPA grant: “Can global payments for Ecosystem Services Alleviate Poverty” www.P4GES.org

Web-Portal Development

During my Post Doctoral positions I lead the design and worked with the development teams for these two websites that facilitate data archiving and data sharing for collaborative research:
Movebank: http://www.movebank.org
ReBioMa: The National Biodiversity Data Base for Madagascar: http://www.rebioma.net

Press Coverage

Testing hypotheses for diversification using Madagascar as a model system: http://today.duke.edu/2014/10/maddiversity#slideshow

Memberships

Society for Conservation Biology
Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation
Society for Tropical Ecology (gtö)
Ecosystem Services Partnership
British Ecological Society
British Trust for Ornithology