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Dr Stuart Sharp


Stuart Sharp

LEC Building

Lancaster University


Lancaster LA1 4YQ

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 510244


Research overview

I’m an evolutionary ecologist working principally with wild populations of birds and mammals to address questions at the interface between animal behaviour and population ecology. My research to date has focused primarily on social species, including studies of how dispersal patterns influence the evolution of cooperative breeding and how sociality impacts on senescence. Current projects investigate how the conditions individuals experience in early life affect their future behaviour, with an emphasis on understanding the potential fitness consequences of environmental change.

PhD supervision

I am willing to consider proposals for projects on any topic related to my broad research interests.

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