Macroecology, Macroevolution and Comparative biology at The University of Galway, Ireland

    The Galway Macroecology group is based at the University of Galway, and is run by Dr Kevin Healy. The groups research focuses on exploring the large-scale patterns that govern the ecology and evolution of animals. We use a combination of comparative, analytical and simulational modeling approaches to test questions ranging from time perception to stable isotope analysis.


    Current Oppertunities

    We are currently advertising a post doctoral postion to work on the IRC Coalesce Jurassic Patents programme investigating the factors driving the selection of species for de-extinction. See this link for more information


    Research Projects

    Click on the images to view information about the groups various projects.

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