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Roderic Page

  • Steering Committee Member
  • PLoS Biodiversity Hub
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Research interests

Biodiversity informatics

About

Expat Kiwi working in Scotland. Educated at Auckland University, did post docs at AMNH and NHM London, followed by lectureship at Oxford University, then tenured position at Glasgow University. Inclined to say it "sucks" at every opportunity.

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Publications

Evolutionary informatics: unifying knowledge about the diversity of life.

  • Parr C
  • Guralnick R
  • Cellinese N
Trends in ecology & evolution (2011)
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Space, time, form: viewing the Tree of Life

  • Page R
Trends in Ecology & Evolution (2011)
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Lack of host-dependent genetic structure in ectoparasites of Calonectris shearwaters.

  • Gómez-Díaz E
  • González-Solís J
  • Peinado M
Molecular ecology (2007)
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Phylogeography of the Calonectris shearwaters using molecular and morphometric data.

  • Gómez-Díaz E
  • González-Solís J
  • Peinado M
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution (2006)
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Taxonomic names, metadata, and the Semantic Web

  • Roderic D. M. Page
Biodiversity Informatics (2006)
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Professional experience

Steering Committee Member

PLoS Biodiversity Hub

August 2010 - Present

Trustee

M.L. MacIntyre Begonia Trust

April 2009 - Present

Senior Advisory Board member

NESCent

May 2017

Professor of Taxonomy

University of Glasgow

May 2017

Chair Organising Committee

iEvoBio

May 2017

Editor in Chief

Systematic Biology

January 2004 - December 2009(6 years)

Education history

PhD

The University of Auckland

May 2017