Dr Jennifer Rowntree
Senior Lecturer in Conservation Genetics and Applied Conservation
I joined Manchester Metropolitan University as a senior lecturer in Ecological Genetics and Applied Conservation in 2016. After finishing my PhD in 2006, I worked at the Royal Botanic Gardens as a conservation officer managing an ex situ project for threatened UK plants. In 2011, I was awarded an NERC Fellowship to work on the genetics of species interactions, which I started at the University of York and then moved to the University of Manchester, where I became a lecturer in 2015. My research focuses on the value of biodiversity and conservation, population and community genetics with current projects spanning terrestrial and marine environments in temperate and tropical biomes.
Publications [links to Google Scholar]
Ecological genetics of Heliconia and bromeliad phytotelm communities; Amazonian mammal diversity.