The MacColl Lab

University of Nottingham

Andrew MacColl Curriculum Vitae

Andrew MacColl

Tel: (+44) (0)115 9513410, andrew.maccoll(at)nottingham.ac.uk

CV:

B.Sc. (Hons) Ecological Science, University of Edinburgh, 1986 – 1990
Ph.D., University of Aberdeen, 1994 – 1998.

Leverhulme Trust International Academic Fellow: Sep 2017 – Jul 2018
Associate Professor in Evolutionary Ecology: University of Nottingham, 2013 – present
Lecturer in Evolutionary Ecology: University of Nottingham, May '05 – 2013
NERC Postdoctoral Fellow: University of Nottingham, May '05 – May '08
Royal Society Travelling Fellow: University of British Columbia, Feb '04 – Mar '05
Postdoctoral research associate: University of Sheffield, Mar '00 – Dec '03
Postdoctoral research associate: University of Edinburgh, Jan '99 – Sept '99
Ph.D.: University of Aberdeen & CEH, Banchory, July '94 – June '98
Research assistant: University of Cambridge, Aug '90 - June '94.

Grants Awarded
£37,8099, Leverhulme Trust, “Genome analysis for evolutionary ecology”, Sep 2017 – Jul 2018.
£451,927 (as Co-I), BBSRC, “Defining the drivers of immune variation”, Oct '17 – Jan '21.
£602,910, NERC, "Multivariate evolution in replicated adaptive radiations; pattern, process and the role of the environment", Jan '13 to Nov '16.
£60,000, NESCent (National Evolutionary Synthesis Centre), USA, "Environmental and demographic determinants of natural selection".
£12,740, NERC "Parasite-mediated population divergence in the three-spined stickleback".
£4,900, F.S.B.I., "Transcriptomic response to infection in sticklebacks".
£40,000 NERC CASE studentship in partnership with the RSPB.
£30,000 University of Nottingham Fellowship Enhancement Fund.
£163,172 NERC Postdoctoral Fellowship.
£18,200, Royal Society Travelling Fellowship, "Parasitism and speciation in sticklebacks".
£30,000 in small grants from A.S.A.B., B.E.S. & F.S.B.I.