The Hassall Lab is based at the School of Biology at the University of Leeds. My lab group studies a range of different topics within ecology, entomology, environmental biology, evolutionary biology, and science education. Particular areas of interest are climate change, urbanisation, insect ecology and evolution, biodiversity-health relationships and teaching technology. If you would like to find out more have a browse around the site or just get in touch!
If you are interested in joining the lab from outside of the university as a MSc or PhD researcher or as a postdoc, I post available positions on the Opportunities page. If you are interested in a dissertation project at the University of Leeds (either UG or PG) then please do have a look around the site to get an idea of my areas of interest and then get in touch to discuss details.
I am grateful to those organisations who support our work, including an International Incoming Fellowship from the EU Marie Curie Actions, NERC, CONACyT, TET-FUND, the Royal Society, the British Ecological Society, the Government of Canada, the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation, the Freshwater Biological Association, Carleton University, the University of Leeds, the Leeds Social Science Institute, and the Royal Entomological Society.