Javier is interested in developmental genetics in plants, using the process of lateral growth of stems and roots as a model system to understand how plants grow and shape their structures.
Oxford Food Research Network
This page lists those researchers within the Food Research Network who are also supervisors on the Oxford Environmental Research Doctoral Training Partnership.
Amy Bogaard’s research interests are in Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeology, looking at early farming practices and land use in Europe and western Asia, archaeobotany and palaeodiets.
Mike Bonsall is a population biologist and has research interests across range of disciplines including biodiversity, ecology, evolution, health and economics.
Charles Godfray is a population biologist with broad interests in the environmental sciences and has published in fundamental and applied areas of ecology, evolution and epidemiology.
Andy is a community ecologist interested in the relationship between biodiversity and the functioning of ecosystems.
Gideon is a geochemist researching climate change and the carbon cycle. His main research interests are in paleoclimate and ocean chemistry.
Steve Kelly's research is focussed on addressing this knowledge gap employing innovative high-throughput experimental and computational strategies.
Owen is a community ecologist and conservation biologist.
David Macdonald is interested in the scientific underpinning of practical and policy solutions to problems in wildlife conservation.
Yadvinder’s research interests focus on interactions between tropical ecosystems and the global atmosphere.
Tim Palmer’s research interests lie in the predictability and dynamics of weather and climate.
Tom’s research interests are in the sustainability and local management of indigenous food systems.
Lindsay’s research interests focus on how and why plant species differ from one another and what the consequences are for ecosystems.