Biography

Hannah Dugdale

2016–now   Lecturer in Conservation Biology, U Leeds
2015–2016  Researcher, GELIFES, U Groningen (NL)
2012–2015  NERC Postdoctoral Research Fellow, APS, U Sheffield
2011–2012  Research Fellow, GELIFES, U Groningen
2010–2011  NERC Post-doc, NBAF-S, U Sheffield
2009–2010  Rubicon Fellow, GELIFES, U Groningen, Netherlands
2008–2009  NERC Post-doc, Mol Ecol Lab, U Sheffield
2007–2008  Post-doctoral Research Assistant, WildCRU, U Oxford
2002–2007  DPhil [PDF], U Oxford (funded by PTES & NERC)
2001–2002  Research Assistant, WildCRU, U Oxford
2001–2001  Researcher, Aride Island, Seychelles
1999–2000  MSc Biology, Zoology, U Oxford (funded by BBSRC)
1996–1999  BA (Hons) Natural Sciences, Zoology, U Cambridge
1999–1999  Researcher, Snub-nosed Monkey Expedition, China, U Cambridge
1998–1998  Researcher, Kefalonia Marine Turtle Project, Greece

 

Honours

  1. 2017–2018, NERC, Peer Review College Member
  2. 2016–2017, ESEB 2017, Scientific Commitee Member
  3. 2015–now, ESEB, Equal Opportunities Commitee Member
  4. 2015now, Associate Editor, BMC Zoology
  5. 2014–2018, Reviewing Editor, Journal of Evolutionary Biology
  6. 2013–now, Review Editor, Frontiers in Genetics, Evol. & Pop. Genetics

 

Grants awarded

2017 Standard grant, Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)
PhD Studentship, NERC
PhD Studentship, Leeds Doctoral Scholarship
2016 NBAF-S, NERC
PhD Studentship, Leeds Anniversary Research Scholarship
2015 Genes and Development Summer Studentship, Genetics Society
2014 Honorary Scholarship, University of Groningen
Nicolaas Mulerius Foundation, University of Groningen
Bio Art & Design, NWO, ZonMW, MU artspace & Waag Society (Dr Dugdale consortium member)
ALW, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO; awarded to Prof Komdeur; Dr Dugdale post-doc)
2013 NBAF-S, Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)
Schure-Beijerinck-Popping, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts & Sciences (KNAW)
Genes and Development Summer Studentship, Genetics Society
SURE, University of Sheffield, funding for 2 summer studentships
Open Access, NWO
Standard Research Grant, NERC (awarded to Prof Richardson; project partner Dr Dugdale
2012 Dobberke grant, KNAW
Open Access, NWO
Schure-Beijerinck-Popping, KNAW
TopGrant, NWO (awarded to Prof Komdeur; Dr Dugdale consortium member)
2011 NERC Post-doctoral Fellowship, NERC
NWO visitor’s grant, NWO
Lucie Burgers Fund, Lucie Burgers Foundation for Comparative Behaviour Research
Schure-Beijerinck-Popping Fund, KNAW
NBAF-S, NERC (awarded to Prof Macdonald; co-investigator Dr Dugdale)
2010 Ruggesteun Visiting Fellowship, University of Groningen
2009 Rubicon Fellowship, NWO
NBAF-S, NERC (2 grants awarded to Prof Macdonald; co-investigator Dr Dugdale)
2005 Mammal Conservation Project Grant, Mammals Trust UK
2003 NBAF-S, NERC (awarded to Prof Macdonald; visitor Hannah Dugdale)
2002 DPhil fees & maintenance, People’s Trust for Endangered Species
1999 MSc fees & maintenance, Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Council
Gilchrist Educational Trust, Chester Zoo, The Explorers Club, RGS & PTES – Expedition grant

 

 

Student supervision

Student
Year
Degree
University
Supervisors
Thesis
Sil van Lieshout 2016–2019 PhD Leeds Dugdale, Bretman & Hamer
Early-life environment effects on telomere dynamics in European badgers
Charlotte Bartleet-Cross 2016–2019 PhD Sheffield Burke, Dugdale & Paterson
Conservation genomics of the Seychelles warbler
Charli Davies 2016–2019 PhD UEA Richardson, Dugdale & Taylor
Antagonistic effects and the maintenance of genetic variation
Laura Najera Cortazar 2016–2019 PhD Leeds Goodman & Dugdale
Ecological genomics and speciation boundaries in the Myotis bats
Emily Legge 2016–2018 MBiol Leeds Dugdale
Heritability of extra-group paternity in European badgers
Tom Bellis 2017 MSc Leeds Dugdale & Dawson
Genetic origins of badgers on the Isle of Arran, Scotland
Amy Withers 2017 MRes Leeds Dugdale & Dawson
Conservation genetics of otters
Shreya Goswami 2017 MRes Leeds Dugdale
Pseudo-vertical transmission of coccidia in European badgers
Ellen Gravener 2017 BSc Leeds Dugdale
Physiological senescence in Seychelles warblers
Photini Knoyle 2017 BSc Leeds Dugdale
A meta-analysis of MHC diversity and pathogen resistance
Catherine Nadin 2017 BSc Leeds Dugdale
Do badgers have allogrooming hierarchies?
Beth Millican 2017 BSc Leeds Dugdale
Is personality linked to dispersal in the wild?
Rosie Simpson 2017 BSc Leeds Dugdale
Alloparental care as a transmission route for coccidia infection
Thomas Johnson 2016 MRes Leeds Dugdale
Habitat use of translocated Seychelles warblers
Nadia Jogee 2016 MSc Leeds Dugdale & Vinagre
Biomarkers of cellular stress in reef-building corals
Sara Raj Pant 2015–2018 PhD East Anglia & Groningen Richardson, Dugdale & Komdeur
Evolutionary forces underlying promiscuity in the Seychelles warbler
Ghaniya Bi 2015 BSc Sheffield Dugdale & dos Remedios
Altruism and group living: does family life promote cooperation?
Simon
Weigl
2014
MSc
Konstanz Schroeder, Kingma & Dugdale Selection pressures in cooperatively breeding bee-eaters (Merops apiaster): Correlates of breeding success
Antje
Girndt
2013–
2016
PhD Max Planck Seewiesen
Schroeder (PhD Advisory Committee: Dugdale & Løvlie) Age, extra-pair mating strategies and fitness

Michela Busana
2013–
2017
PhD Groningen Komdeur & Dugdale
Demographic and social influences on dispersal in the Seychelles warbler

Hannah Edwards
2012–
2016
PhD Sheffield Burke & Dugdale
Personality and fitness in the Seychelles warbler

Chloe
Stevens

2013
MBiolSci
Sheffield Dugdale & Noonan
Trappability as a measure of personality in the European badger

Niles Desmarais

2013
BSc Gonzaga Dugdale & Haydock
Genotyping of the acorn woodpecker population of Hastings Reserve

Gillian
Durieux

2013
MBiolSci Sheffield Dugdale & Saul
Why do women decline invitations to speak more than men in evolutionary biology?

Rosie
Cassidy

2013
BSc
Sheffield Dugdale & Schroeder
Gender differences in visibility at ESEB and Evolution conferences
Gabriela  Hajduck 2013
MBiolSci Sheffield Dugdale & Edwards

The link between the DRD4 gene and personality in the Seychelles warbler

Marijke van Marrewijk

2012 BSc Groningen Schroeder, Winney & Dugdale Dominance hierarchy in the Lundy house sparrow population
Yung Wa
Sin

2009–
2012
DPhil Oxford Macdonald, Newman & Dugdale
The major histocompatibility complex, mate choice and pathogen resistance in the European badger Meles meles
Geetha
Annavi

2008–
2012
DPhil Oxford Macdonald, Newman & Dugdale
Genetic, socio-ecological and fitness correlates of extra-group paternity in the European badger Meles meles
Suuske
Popma

2010–
2011
Masters Amsterdam Dugdale & Hammers Personality and cooperative breeding in the Seychelles warbler

Jennifer Harcourt


2006 MSc Oxford Macdonald & Dugdale Does allogrooming partner selection reflect reproductive status in European badgers?
Emma
Rigby

2006 BA Oxford Macdonald & Dugdale Behaviour and immune trap responses of European badgers (Meles meles)
Stacey
Hewitt


2006 MTUK intern Oxford Macdonald & Dugdale Do social groups of European badgers Meles meles exhibit dominance hierarchies?
Vicky
Marsh

2005 MSc Oxford
Macdonald & Dugdale Do social groups of badgers exhibit cooperative breeding?