Lindsay Turnbull

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Research Interests

Plant community ecology, plant growth, plant defence, hemi-parasitic plants, plant-soil feedbacks, organic farming


Education and Professional Positions

2003 - 2013 Post-doctoral research assistant, Department of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zurich, Switzerland
2001 - 2002 Graveney School, London: Teacher of Science, London, UK
2000 University of Surrey, Roehampto: Postgraduate Certificate in Secondary Education, UK
1997 - 1999 Biology Department, Imperial College, London: Post-doctoral research associate with Dr. M. Rees and Prof. P.J. Grubb (Coexistence mechanisms in short-lived chalk-grassland plants), UK
1994 - 1996 Imperial College, London: Ph.D.: The Role of Spatial Processes in a Limestone Grassland (supervised by Prof. M.J. Crawley and Dr. M. Rees), UK
1992 Cambridge University: B.A. (Hons.) First Class; Natural Sciences (Zoology). Drewett's prize for ecology; elected scholar of King's College, Cambridge, UK