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Dr Tristram D Wyatt
Senior Research Associate

Emeritus Fellow, Kellogg College

I received my B.A. and PhD from the Zoology Department at the University of Cambridge. After periods at the University of Leeds, University of California (Berkeley), and the University of Wales (Cardiff), I came to the University of Oxford in 1989 as University Lecturer in Biological Sciences at the Department for Continuing Education. I later became the University's Director of Distance and Online Learning. I left Continuing Education in 2008 to concentrate on my pheromone research and writing, based in the Zoology Department. I continue an interest in public engagement and online learning, especially in Open Educational Resources (OER).

I don't have a lab now, so I am not in a position to supervise graduate students or host post-docs. However, I would be happy to explore hosting visiting researchers bringing their own funding to complete a writing project, for example.

The best way to reach me is email tristram.wyatt@zoo.ox.ac.uk

Address:
Department of Zoology
The Tinbergen Building
South Parks Road
Oxford, OX1 3PS, UK

 
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