Dr Harris moved from Manchester Metropolitan to start a new position at Harper Adams University in 2019. His new contact details can be found here

Dr Edwin Harris
Senior Lecturer in Conservation Genetics
Principal investigator

I use ecological and evolutionary principles to understand wild animal populations. I use genetics tools to study animal migration, the maintenance of genetic variation and to inform conservation management. A current theme in my research studying how captive genetic management can be optimized for animal reintroduction. My research has impact in informing policy and management in practice in species-focused research in the UK and internationally. I also have an interest in applied statistical methods in a range of topics including ecology, pharmaceutical clinical trial design and student progression in higher education. 

Graduate students

Ecology & conservation genetics of mountain bongo

Past members

 

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