Kane, A*., Healy, K*., Ruxton, G.D., Jackson, A.L. Body size drives importance of scavenging in theropods. American Naturalist. DOI: 10.1086/686094. link to paper. * = co-first authors

Donohue, I., Hillebrand, H., Montoya, J.M., Petchey, O.L., Pimm, S.L., Fowler, M.S., Healy, K., Jackson, A.L., Lurgi, M., McClean, D., O'Connor, N.E., O'Gorman, E.J., Yang, Q. Navigating the complexity of ecological stability. Ecology Letters DOI: 10.1111/ele.12648 link to paper.

Healy, K., Kelly, S.B.A., Guillerme, T., Inger, R., Bearhop, S., Jackson, A.L. Predicting trophic discrimination factor using Bayesian inference and phylogenetic, ecological and physiological data. DEsIR: Discrimination Estimation in R. PeerJ. link to paper.


Healy, K. Eusociality but not fossoriality drives longevity in small mammals. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 282(1806), 20142917,, link to paper.


Healy, K., Guillerme T., Finlay, S., Kane, A., Kelly, S.B.A., McClean, D., Kelly, D.J., Donohue, I., Jackson, A.L. and Cooper, N. Ecology and mode of life explain lifespan variation in birds and mammals. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 281(1784), 20140298,, link to paper, link to media coverage, blog about the paper.


Healy, K., McNally, L., Ruxton, G.D., Cooper, N. & Jackson. Metabolic rate and body size linked with perception of temporal information. Animal Behaviour. 86(4), 685-696., link to paper, link to media coverageAccess the recommendation on F1000

Donohue, I., Petchey, O.L., Montoya, J.M., Jackson, A.L., McNally, L., Viana, M., Healy, K., Lurgi, M., O’Connor, N.E. & Emmerson, M.C. On the dimensionality of ecological stability. Ecology Letters. 16(4), 421-429., link to paper,   Access the recommendation on F1000