Emily Warner

Academic Profile


MRes Ecology Evolution & Conservation, Distinction, Imperial College London (2016-2017)

"The dynamics of biodiversity change in response to ecological restoration – a synthetic analysis" Supervisor: Professor Andy Purvis, Natural History Museum, London

"Responses of plant-invertebrate interactions to environmental warming" Supervisor: Dr Eoin O'Gorman, Imperial College London

BA Biological Sciences, First Class, University of Oxford (2012-2015)


2015 - Prize for achieving a First in Final Honour Schools, Wadham College, University Oxford

2013 - The Collington Prize for First Public Exam performance in the Sciences, Wadham College, University of Oxford

Undergraduate scholarship, Wadham College, University of Oxford

Work experience

I have practical conservation, plant identification and ecological survey experience from volunteer placements with Trees for Life and the RSPB, and from undertaking an ecological survey traineeship at Herefordshire Wildlife Trust.

Current Research

I plan to undertake research within the area of biodiversity and ecosystem function, with a particular interest in investigating the links between biodiversity and ecosystem function in recovering ecosystems and ecosystems responding to external pressures.


Publications will be coming soon

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