People | J.W. Jenkinson Laboratory for Evolution and Development

People

Academic Staff

Professor Peter Holland, Linacre Professor of Zoology and a Fellow of Merton College

Postdoctoral Scientists and Research Fellows

Rodrigo Pracana

PhD Students

Amy Royall

Serena Dai

Hosted Researcher/Collaborator

Dr Sonia Trigueros

Personal Assistant

Sharon Cornwell, P.A. to the Head of Department Sharon.cornwell@zoo.ox.ac.uk Tel. (+44) 01865 271259

Lab Alumni

More than 50 researchers have passed through the lab as PhD students, visiting students, postdoctoral researchers or Research Fellows. They include: Helena Côrte-Real, Jordi Garcia-Fernàndez, Simon Patton, Hiroshi Wada, Seb Shimeld, Mari Kobayashi, Nic Williams, Grainne McGuire, Martin Cohn, David Ferrier, Paul Agapow, Tokiharu Takahashi, Nina Brooke, Kinya Ota, Eva Jimenez, Natalia Kortchagina, Atsuko Sato, Marco Archetti, Rebecca Furlong, John Mulley, Ying-fu Zhong, Guang Li, Jerome Hui, Jerry Lanfear, Richard Griffiths, Max Telford, Gill Cooper, Anna Sharman, Rob Knight, Sophie Pollard, Libby Snell, Filipe Castro, Graham Luke, Ana Sara Monteiro, Anne Booth, Karen Doggett, Tom Butts, Michiel Plugge, Antonis Rokas, Roberto Feuda, Amy Smith, Caroline Bacquet, Ignacio Maeso, Kyle Martin, Laura Ferguson, Jordi Paps, Nathalie Feiner, Borbála Vetö, Anish Dattani, Fei Xu, Christine Hirschberger, Shan Quah, Ferdinand Marletaz, Thomas Dunwell, Adam Hargreaves.

Collaborators

We have collaborated with many excellent scientists from around the world. Currently we have active collaborations with John Mulley (University of Bangor), Ina Arnone (Stazione Zoologica Naples), Pete Olson (Natural History Museum London), Jerome Hui (Hong Kong), Fei Xu (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Qingdao), Casper Breuker (Brookes University), Linda Holland (Scripps Institute of Oceanography), Seb Shimeld (University of Oxford), Jordi Paps (University of Essex), Guang Li (Xiamen University), Ferdinand Marletaz (OIST), Jose-Luis Gomez-Skarmeta (Seville), Paul Fairchild (Oxford), Adam Hargreaves (Oxford).