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Ian Donohue Dr. Ian Donohue
Associate Professor

Member of the Ecological and Evolutionary Networks Research Cluster
and the Trinity Centre for Biodiversity Research

Tel: + 353 1 8961356
Fax: + 353 1 6778094
Skype: ian_donohue

Our award-winning blog:
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Post-doctoral Fellows

PhD students

Current and recent visiting students

Jeremie Scire
Jérémie Sciré
(École Polytechnique [Palaiseau]; April - July 2015)

Alexandre Genin
Alexandre Genin
(University of Montpellier; January - April 2015)

Miguel Lurgi
Dr. Miguel Lurgi
(Institute of Marine Sciences, Barcelona; October 2013 - January 2014)
European Molecular Biology Organisation Research Fellow

Christine Smith
Léa Verdier
(ENTPE, Lyon, France; April - August 2013)

Christine Smith
Christine Smith
(Allegheny College, Pennsylvania, USA; September 2012 - January 2013)

Simon Boyer Simon Boyer
(Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France; May - August 2012)

Pierre-Yves Cardon Pierre-Yves Cardon
(Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France; May - August 2012)

Mathilde Rabet Mathilde Rabet
(Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France; May - August 2012)

Vincent Récoules Vincent Récoules
(ENGEES, Strasbourg, France; May - August 2012)

Huibert Van Rossum Huibert Van Rossum
(University of Wageningen, the Netherlands; September - December 2011)

Antoine Dubois Antoine Dubois
(Catholic University of Louvain and University of Namur, Belgium; May - August 2011 )

Past PhD students

Marcin Penk (PhD awarded October 2013). Thesis title: Facing multiple challenges at range margins: influence of climate change, nutrient enrichment and an introduced competitor on the glacial relict, Mysis salemaai.

Vesela Evtimova (PhD awarded January 2013). Thesis title: Effects of amplified water level fluctuations on the ecology of lakes.

Michelle Jackson (Primary supervisor Dr. Jonathan Grey, Queen Mary, University of London; PhD awarded February 2012). Thesis title: Waves of invaders: Interactions among invasive species and their impacts on ecosystem structure and functioning.

Jorge García Molinos (PhD awarded May 2010). Thesis title: Defining disturbance in time: the ecological implications of varying temporal patterns of disturbance.

Past Postdocs

Dr. Robert Mrowicki
Dr. Robert Mrowicki
Dr. Jorge García Molinos
Dr. Jorge García Molinos
Dr. Michael Brennan
Dr. Michael Brennan

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