Jane Hill - Curriculum Vitae#

CURRENTLY: Professor of Ecology and University Research Theme Champion, University of York, UK.

RESEARCH: Since my PhD, I have received almost continuous UKRI grant income for my research, either as PDRA (3 grants), PI (8 grants) or Co-I (9 grants), including: NERC Small, Standard/Discovery Science, Highlight/Directed programme, KE, and Urgency grants (~£7M). My research group currently comprises 4 PhD students and 4 post-doctoral researchers, working of projects examining anthropogenic climate change impacts on biodiversity and tropical rainforest restoration.

PUBLICATIONS: I have published >130 papers (https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=FFM5srQAAAAJ&hl=en), with > 23,000 citations (up to March 2021; h = 62).

TEACHING: My research informs my teaching to BSc/MBiol undergraduate students, including lectures, practicals tutorials, and project work. I regularly receive letters of commendation from my Head of Department on the high quality of my teaching.

CITIZENSHIP: I am a Trustee of the SE Asia Rainforest Research Partnership (2005-; UK Charity), and Trustee and Chair of Publications Committee for the British Ecological Society (2017-), overseeing publications activity of 8 journals (published by Wiley

EQUALITY & DIVERSITY: I was Athena SWAN University Champion for Sciences (until 2020), and led the Biology Department to a Gold award - the first Biology Department in Britain to obtain a Gold award. I helped set-up the EDI committee in the British Ecological Society, and have helped develop safe working practices for female scientists carrying out fieldwork abroad.

WEBSITE with information on research interests, publications and other activities: https://www.york.ac.uk/biology/research/ecology-evolution/jane-k-hill

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