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About Alan G. McElligott, Ph.D.

My research group focuses on understanding how evolution, ecology and domestication have shaped the social behaviour, cognition and vocal communication of large mammals, particularly ungulates. The current main model species for our research are goats, cattle and fallow deer. We produce knowledge that is relevant to animal behaviour, behavioural ecology, as well as animal husbandry and welfare.

Positions

2017 Present Associate Professor, Roehampton University ‐ Department of Life Sciences
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2015 Present Content Contributor, The Animal Studies Repository
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20112017 Senior Lecturer, Queen Mary University of London ‐ Animal Behaviour
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Education

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2011 Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, University of London - Queen Mary and Westfield College
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1997 PhD, University College Dublin
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1992 BSc, University College Cork ‐ Zoology
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Recent Works (6)

Research Works (23)