Dr Martin Ian Taylor
University of East Anglia, UK
Senior Lecturer. School of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK. January 2013-present
Senior Lecturer. School of Biological Sciences, Bangor University, UK. August 2011-present
Lecturer. School of Biological Sciences, Bangor University, UK. Sept 2010-August 2011
RC-UK Fellow. Bangor University, UK. Sept 2005-Sept 2010
Group leader/Teaching Fellow. University of East Anglia, UK. March 2004-Sept 2005
Postdoctoral researcher. University of East Anglia, UK. October 2000-March 2004
Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. March 2000-October 2000
PDRA. Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels, Belgium. March 1999-March 2000
University of Aberdeen / Southampton, UK - PhD.1993-1996
BSc (hons) Animal and Plant Biology, University of Leeds, UK. 1990-1993
Bylemans et al. 2016. Evaluating genetic traceability methods for captive-bred marine fish and their applications in fisheries management and wildlife forensics. Aquaculture Environment Interactions. Vol. 8: 131–145.
Van Wijk, SJ, et al. (2013) Experimental harvesting of fish populations drives genetically-based shifts in body size and maturation. Frontiers Ecol. Environ. 11: 181–187.
Hemmer-Hansen, J, et al. (2013) A genomic island linked to ecotype divergence in Atlantic cod. Molecular Ecology, 22(10):2653-67.
Limborg, M., et al. (2012). Environmental selection on transcriptome-derived SNPs in a high gene flow marine fish, the Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus). Molecular Ecology 21(15), 3686-3703.
Nielsen, EE, et al. (2012). Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling IUU fishing and false eco-certification. Nature Communications. 3, Article number: 851 doi:10.1038/ncomms1845
Alexandrou, M., Oliveira, C, Maillard, M, McGill, R.A.R., Newton, J., Creer, S. and M. I. Taylor. (2011) Competition and phylogeny determine community structure in Müllerian co-mimics. Nature. 469: 84-86.
S.J. Helyar, et al. (2011) Application of SNPs for population genetics of non-model organisms: new opportunities and challenges. Molecular Ecology Resources. Vol. 11 (Supp1), 123-136.