Dr Jim Provan
- BR12010 - Metabolism
- BR13320 - Applied Animal Biology
- BR13300 - Applied Animal Biology
- BRM4920 - Frontiers in the Biosciences
- BR34520 - Wildlife Conservation
My current research is primarily concerned with the evolutionary responses of natural populations to global change. This ranges from using phylogeographic approaches to elucidate the response of species to previous climatic changes through the Ice Ages, through population genetic analyses of the impacts of present-day climate change on populations, to using next-generation sequencing (NGS) approaches to determine the potential for populations to respond to future climate change. I also carry out work in conservation genetics to inform management strategies for rare and threatened species.