Dr Ronald Jenner

Dr Ronald Jenner

Researcher

Department: Life Sciences
Division: LS Invertebrates Division
Contact: email
Phone: 0207942 6885

Comparative Venomics Group

Ronald Jenner

Specialisms

metazoan phylogenetics, venom evolution, venomics

Summary

My research interests are in two areas: 1) the comparative study of venoms in animals, especially in poorly studied venomous invertebrates including polychaetes and crustaceans; 2) conceptual issues in systematics, especially the changing epistemological role of ancestors in evolutionary biology.

Qualifications

Degrees

PhD in systematic biology, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Doctoraal (Masters) in experimental zoology, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Employment history

Academic

Honorary Senior Lecturer, University College London, Research Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, United Kingdom, 2012 - ongoing

Research Leader, The Natural History Museum, Department of Life Sciences, United Kingdom, 2014 - ongoing

Researcher, The Natural History Museum, Department of Life Sciences, United Kingdom, 2009 - ongoing

Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry, United Kingdom, 2005 - 2008

Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cambridge, Department of Zoology, United Kingdom, 2002 - 2004

Highlighted publications

Von ReumontBM, Campbell LI, Richter S, Hering L, Sykes D, et al. (2014) A Polychaete’s Powerful Punch: Venom Gland Transcriptomics of Glycera Reveals a Complex Cocktail of Toxin Homologs . Genome Biology and Evolution, 6 (9) : 2406 - 2423. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evu190

Jenner RA (2014) Macroevolution of Animal Body Plans: Is There Science after the Tree?. BioScience, 64 (8) : 653 - 664. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biu099

Von ReumontBM, Blanke A, Richter S, Alvarez F, Bleidorn C, et al. (2014) The First Venomous Crustacean Revealed by Transcriptomics and Functional Morphology: Remipede Venom Glands Express a Unique Toxin Cocktail Dominated by Enzymes and a Neurotoxin. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31 (1) : 48 - 58. doi: 10.1093/molbev/mst199

Jenner RA, Dhubhghaill C, Ferla MP, Wills MA (2009) Eumalacostracan phylogeny and total evidence: limitations of the usual suspects. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9 (1) : 21 - 21. doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-9-21

Jenner RA, Wills MA (2007) The choice of model organisms in evo–devo. Nature Reviews Genetics, 8 (4) : 311 - 314. doi: 10.1038/nrg2062

Grants

Tracking toxins in venomous Vermes: comparative venomics of polychaete annelids
Role: Principal investigator
Funding: BBSRC
Total value £294,473 (to Museum £294,473)
Dates: 2013 - 2016

Symposium on Animal Venoms as part of the BioSyst. EU 2013 Meeting in Vienna - 18-22 February 2013
Role: Principal investigator
Funding: The Company of Biologists Ltd
Total value £3,000 (to Museum £3,000)
Dates: 2012 - 2013

Comparative venom transcriptomics of centipedes: evolutionary diversification of a key ecological adaptation
Role: Principal investigator
Funding: NERC
Total value £58,970.73 (to Museum £58,970.73)
Dates: 2011 - 2014

Publications

Von ReumontB, Undheim E, Jauss R-T, Jenner R (2017) Venomics of Remipede Crustaceans Reveals Novel Peptide Diversity and Illuminates the Venom’s Biological Role. Toxins, 9 (8) : 234 - 234. doi: 10.3390/toxins9080234

Richter S, Helm C, Meunier FA, Hering L, Campbell LI, Drukewitz SH, Undheim EAB, Jenner RA, Schiavo G, Bleidorn C (2017) Comparative analyses of glycerotoxin expression unveil a novel structural organization of the bloodworm venom system. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 17 (1) : doi: 10.1186/s12862-017-0904-4

Undheim EAB, Jenner RA, King GF (2016) Centipede venoms as a source of drug leads. Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery, 11 (12) : 1139 - 1149. doi: 10.1080/17460441.2016.1235155

Mathers TC, Hammond RL, Jenner RA, Hänfling B, Atkins J, Gómez A (2015) Transition in sexual system and sex chromosome evolution in the tadpole shrimp Triops cancriformis. Heredity, 115 (1) : 37 - 46. doi: 10.1038/hdy.2015.10

Jenner RA (2015) Science Behind, Around, and After Trees Response. BIOSCIENCE, 65 (2) : 119 - 120. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biu214

Jenner R (2015) Venomous crustacean, In: McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology 2015, McGraw-Hill : 372 - 375.

Jenner R (2015) Ernst Haeckel. Art forms in nature, In: Rare treasures from the library of the Natural History Museum, The Natural History Museum : London, United Kingdom.

Von ReumontBM, Campbell LI, Richter S, Hering L, Sykes D, Hetmank J, Jenner RA, Bleidorn C (2014) A Polychaete’s Powerful Punch: Venom Gland Transcriptomics of Glycera Reveals a Complex Cocktail of Toxin Homologs . Genome Biology and Evolution, 6 (9) : 2406 - 2423. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evu190

Jenner RA (2014) Macroevolution of Animal Body Plans: Is There Science after the Tree?. BioScience, 64 (8) : 653 - 664. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biu099

Von ReumontB, Campbell L, Jenner R (2014) Quo Vadis Venomics? A Roadmap to Neglected Venomous Invertebrates. Toxins, 6 (12) : 3488 - 3551. doi: 10.3390/toxins6123488

Von ReumontBM, Blanke A, Richter S, Alvarez F, Bleidorn C, Jenner RA (2014) The First Venomous Crustacean Revealed by Transcriptomics and Functional Morphology: Remipede Venom Glands Express a Unique Toxin Cocktail Dominated by Enzymes and a Neurotoxin. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31 (1) : 48 - 58. doi: 10.1093/molbev/mst199

Mathers TC, Hammond RL, Jenner RA, Hänfling B, Gómez A (2013) Multiple global radiations in tadpole shrimps challenge the concept of ‘living fossils’. PeerJ, 1 : e62 - e62. doi: 10.7717/peerj.62

Mathers TC, Hammond RL, Jenner RA, Zierold T, Hänfling B, Gómez A (2013) High lability of sexual system over 250 million years of evolution in morphologically conservative tadpole shrimps. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13 (1) : 30 - 30. doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-13-30

Vogt L, Nickel M, Jenner RA, Deans AR (2013) The need for data standards in zoomorphology. Journal of Morphology, 274 (7) : 793 - 808. doi: 10.1002/jmor.20138

Von ReumontBM, Jenner RA, Wills MA, Dell'ampio E, Pass G, Ebersberger I, Meyer B, Koenemann S, Iliffe TM, Stamatakis A, Niehuis O, Meusemann K, Misof B (2012) Pancrustacean Phylogeny in the Light of New Phylogenomic Data: Support for Remipedia as the Possible Sister Group of Hexapoda. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 29 (3) : 1031 - 1045. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msr270

Jenner RA (2011) Use of Morphology in Criticizing Molecular Trees. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 31 (2) : 373 - 377. doi: 10.1651/10-3442.1

Jenner RA (2010) [Review of] All creatures. Naturalists, collectors, and biodiversity, 1850-1950. 31 : 22 - 25.

Jenner RA (2010) [Review of] The science of describing. Natural history in Renaissance Europe. 31 : 13 - 16.

Jenner RA (null) Idalatry. Palaeontological Association Newsletter, 71 : 94 - 102.

Jenner RA (2010) Higher-level crustacean phylogeny: consensus and conflicting hypotheses. Arthropod Structure & Development, 39 : 143 - 153.

Jenner RA (2010) [Review of] Arachnids. 32 : 14 - 15.

Koenemann S, Jenner RA, Hoenemann M, Stemme T, Von ReumontBM (2010) Arthropod phylogeny revisited, with a focus on crustacean relationships. Arthropod Structure & Development, 39 (2-3) : 88 - 110. doi: 10.1016/j.asd.2009.10.003

Jenner R (2009) Perspectives in Animal Phylogeny and Evolution. NATURE, 458 (7239) : 706 - 706. doi: 10.1038/458706a

Jenner RA (2009) [Review of] From embryology to evo-devo. A history of developmental evolution. null, 52 : 458 - 462.

Jenner RA, Dhubhghaill C, Ferla MP, Wills MA (2009) Eumalacostracan phylogeny and total evidence: limitations of the usual suspects. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9 (1) : 21 - 21. doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-9-21

Jenner RA, Littlewood DTJ (2009) Invertebrate Problematica: kinds, causes, and solutions, In: Animal Evolution - Genomes, Fossils and Trees, Telford MJ, Littlewood DTJ (Eds). Oxford University Press : Oxford. 107 - 126.

Wills MA, Jenner RA, Ní DhubhghaillC (2009) Eumalacostracan evolution: conflict between three sources of data. Arthropod Systematics and Phylogeny, 67 : 71 - 90.

Jenner RA (2008) [Review of] The regulatory genome. Gene regulatory networks in development and evolution. 30 : 19 - 21.

Jenner RA (2008) On molecular clocks and molecular fetish. 67 : 25 - 29.

Jenner RA (2008) For a very specialized audience only. 69 : 23 - 25.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (2008) Evo-devo’s identity: from model organisms to developmental types., In: Evolving pathways. Key themes in evolutionary developmental biology, Minelli A, Fusco G (Eds). Cambridge University Press : 100 - 119.

Jenner RA, Littlewood DTJ (2008) Problematica old and new. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 363 (1496) : 1503 - 1512. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2007.2240

Jenner RA, Wills MA (2007) The choice of model organisms in evo–devo. Nature Reviews Genetics, 8 (4) : 311 - 314. doi: 10.1038/nrg2062

Jenner RONALDA, Sghram FREDERICKR (1999) The grand game of metazoan phylogeny: rules and strategies. Biological Reviews, 74 (2) : 121 - 142. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-185X.1999.tb00183.x

Jenner RA (2007) [Review of] Macroevolution. Diversity, disparity, contingency. Essays in honor of Stephen Jay Gould. 64 : 102 - 106.

Jenner RA (2007) [Review of] Evolutionary pathways in nature. A phylogenetic approach. 62 : 28 - 35.

Jenner RA (2006) Unburdening evo-devo: ancestral attractions, model organisms, and basal baloney. Development Genes and Evolution, 216 (7-8) : 385 - 394. doi: 10.1007/s00427-006-0084-5

Jenner RA (2006) Challenging received wisdoms: Some contributions of the new microscopy to the new animal phylogeny. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 46 (2) : 93 - 103. doi: 10.1093/icb/icj014

Jenner RA (2006) Demolishing the ivory tower: science as entertainment. 62 : 19 - 25.

Jenner RA (2006) On cosmik debris and palaeontology. 62 : 28 - 35.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (2006) Metazoan phylogeny, In: Evolution of nervous systems. Volume I: History of ideas, basic concepts and developmental mechanisms, Kaas JH (Eds). Academic Press : Oxford. 17 - 40.

Webster BL, Copley RR, Jenner RA, Mackenzie-dodds JA, Bourlat SJ, Rota-stabelli O, Littlewood DTJ, Telford MJ (2006) Mitogenomics and phylogenomics reveal priapulid worms as extant models of the ancestral Ecdysozoan. Evolution Development, 8 (6) : 502 - 510. doi: 10.1111/j.1525-142X.2006.00123.x

Jenner RA (2005) Combating footnote status in evolutionary theory. null, 74 : 209 - 211.

Jenner RA (2005) Scotoma of systematics, or Herschel’s headaches and Darwin’s metaphysics. 60 : 18 - 25.

Jenner RA (2005) Meeting a nemertean nemesis. 59 : 37 - 43.

Jenner RA (2005) Foiling vertebrate inversion with the humble nemertean. 58 : 32 - 39.

Jenner R, Jenner RA, Scholtz G (2005) Playing another round of metazoan phylogenetics: historical epistemology, sensitivity analysis, and the position of Arthropoda within the Metazoa on the basis of morphology., In: Crustacea and Arthropod Relationships, Koenemann S, Jenner RA (Eds). CRC Press : 355 - 385.

Jenner RA (2004) Libbie Henrietta Hyman (1888-1969): From developmental mechanics to the evolution of animal body plans. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 302B (5) : 413 - 423. doi: 10.1002/jez.b.21019

Jenner RA (2004) When molecules and morphology clash: reconciling conflicting phylogenies of the Metazoa by considering secondary character loss. Evolution and Development, 6 (5) : 372 - 378. doi: 10.1111/j.1525-142X.2004.04045.x

Jenner RA (2004) The scientific status of metazoan cladistics: why current research practice must change. Zoologica Scripta, 33 (4) : 293 - 310. doi: 10.1111/j.0300-3256.2004.00153.x

Jenner RA, Steel M (2004) Accepting Partnership by Submission? Morphological Phylogenetics in a Molecular Millennium. Systematic Biology, 53 (2) : 333 - 359. doi: 10.1080/10635150490423962

Jenner RA (2004) The tainting of Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash.. 57 : 10 - 17.

Jenner RA (2004) Historical imagination, colonial theories and phylogenetic fashion. 56 : 50 - 59.

Jenner RA (2004) Presumed primitive until proven derived: appreciating evolutionary loss. 23 : 12 - 16.

Jenner RA (2004) The hold of hypothetical ancestors and the amazing appeal of annelids as archetypes. 55 : 18 - 27.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (2004) Towards a phylogeny of the Metazoa: evaluating alternative phylogenetic positions of Platyhelminthes, Nemertea, and Gnathostomulida, with a critical reappraisal of cladistic characters.. Contributions to Zoology, 73 : 3 - 163.

Jenner RA (2003) Unleashing the Force of Cladistics? Metazoan Phylogenetics and Hypothesis Testing. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 43 (1) : 207 - 218. doi: 10.1093/icb/43.1.207

Jenner RA (2003) Evolutionary déjà vu. 22 : 15 - 17.

Jenner RA (2003) [Review of] The development of animal form. Ontogeny, morphology, and evolution. 54 : 68 - 72.

Jenner RA (2003) [Review of] Invertebrates. 54 : 80 - 88.

Jenner RA (2003) Darwin’s cirripedology meets modern phylogenetics. 54 : 10 - 16.

Jenner RA (2003) “Laws” of animal evolution and evolutionary folk wisdom. 53 : 42 - 48.

Jenner RA (2003) Conceptual fossils. 52 : 24 - 29.

Jenner RA (2002) Technophilia and the black box. 51 : 22 - 26.

Jenner RA (2002) [Review of] From DNA to diversity. Molecular genetics and the evolution of animal design. 51 : 43 - 47.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (2002) Boolean logic and character state identity: pitfalls of character coding in metazoan cladistics.. Contributions to Zoology, 71 : 67 - 91.

Jenner R, Jenner RA, Schram FR (2002) Systematic zoology: invertebrates. Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems, EOLSS Publishers

Galis F, Jenner RA (2001) The evolution of individuality and conflict mediation. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 16 (10) : 541 - 541. doi: 10.1016/S0169-5347(01)02315-1

Jenner RA, Olmstead R (2001) Bilaterian Phylogeny and Uncritical Recycling of Morphological Data Sets. Systematic Biology, 50 (5) : 730 - 742. doi: 10.1080/106351501753328857

Jenner RA (2001) Carrying metazoan phylogenetics forward in the 21st century.. Contributions to Zoology, 70 : 181 - 184.

Jenner RA (2001) [Review of] Genomic regulatory systems. Development and evolution. 47 : 73 - 75.

Jenner RA (2001) [Review of] Multicellular animals. The phylogenetic system of the Metazoa. Volume II. null, 76 : 363 - 364.

Schram FR, Jenner RA (2001) The origin of Hexapoda: a crustacean perspective.. Annales de la Société entomologique de France (N. S.), 37 : 243 - 264.

Jenner RA (2000) Evolution of animal body plans: the role of metazoan phylogeny at the interface between pattern and process. Evolution and Development, 2 (4) : 208 - 221. doi: 10.1046/j.1525-142x.2000.00060.x

Jenner R, Jenner RA (1999) Metazoan phylogeny as a tool in evolutionary biology: current problems and discrepancies in application.. The Belgian Journal of Zoology, 129 : 245 - 261.

Jenner RA, Hof CHJ, Schram FR (1998) Palaeo- and archaeostomatopods (Hoplocarida, Crustacea) from the Bear Gulch Limestone, Mississipian (Namurian), of Central Montana.. Contributions to Zoology, 67 : 155 - 185.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (1998) Hierarchical organization and the structural-interactive hierarchy. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 194 : 457 - 460.

Courses taught

Short course: Integrating molecules with taxonomy and systematics
, London
5/2018.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analysis
Natural History Museum, London
2/2018.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analyses
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
5/2017.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analyses
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
2/2017.

PhD: London NERC DTP
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
11/2016.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2016.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2016.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analyses
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
2/2016.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2015.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2015.

PhD: Summer School on Evolutionary Developmental Biology
, Venice, Italy
5/2015.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analyses
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
2/2015.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2014.

MRes: MRes Biodiversity, evolution and conservation
10/2014.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2014.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2013.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2013.

PhD: Summer School on Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Instituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, Venice, Italy
9/2013.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2012.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2012.

PhD: PhD course on Evolutionary biology and phylogenetics
2/2012.

PhD: Summer School on Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Instituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, Venice, Italy
9/2011.

PhD: Spring School of Unione Zoologica Italiana on How to measure and preserve biodiversity: How to measure and preserve biodiversity
Instituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, Venice, Italy
5/2011.

PhD: Marine Macrofauna of Sweden: systematics and taxonomy
Lovén Centre for Marine Science, Tjärno, Sweden
9/2010.

PhD: Summer School on Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Instituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, Venice, Italy
9/2009.

Supervision

Master's Lead supervisor to Lee A
Co supervisor(s): Jenner R
Investigating the role of secondary character loss in explaining the incongruence between morphological and molecular phylogenies
Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom

Master's Lead supervisor to Tarditi Spagnoli G
Co supervisor(s): Jenner R
Not only in molecules: the first assessment of he node-density effect in morphological trees and its effects on tree-thinking
Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom

Examiner

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
5/5/2017

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
, Brisbane, Australia
, Brisbane, Australia
7/12/2016

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
1/4/2013

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
Universite Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI)

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands

Course developed

Co developers: Jones K, Reuter M, Goswami A, Baloux F, Garner T
MRes in Biodiversity, Evolution & Conservation, University College London
The Natural History Museum
Institute of Zoology
2012

Invited and keynote speaker

Invited speaker, The importance of negelcted venomous invertebrates for comparative venomics, Workshop on Science Dissemination, Animal Biology and Neuroscience: Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 27/3/2017.

Invited speaker, Is the venom system of bloodworms functionally compartmentalized?, Oxford Venoms 2016: University of Oxford, Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, 5/9/2016.

Invited speaker, The evolution of venomous fish, fishing bait, and carnivorous crustaceans, Departmental talk: Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (CSIC), Madrid, Madrid, Spain, 26/5/2016.

Keynote speaker, Chasing venoms in predatory crustaceans and commercial fishing bait, Venom Day 2015: Bangor University, Bangor, Bangor, United Kingdom, 21/11/2015.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in fishing bait and cave dwelling crustaceans, Departmental talk: Bangor University, Bangor, Bangor, United Kingdom, 20/11/2015.

Invited speaker, Dinner speech: systematics and biodiversity research in the era of genomics, Conference on systematics and biodiversity research in the era of genomics: Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Oslo, 6/11/2015.

Invited speaker, Evidence and imaginatiojn in the quest to understand animal origins, The origin of metazoans: SpongEX meeting: Giens, France, 14/10/2015.

Keynote speaker, Tracking toxins in neglected venomous (in)vertebrates, 18th World Congress of the International Society on Toxinology: University of Oxford, Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, 30/9/2015.

Keynote speaker, Chasing neglected venomous invertebrates: tales of convergent toxin evolution, Mid-Year Meeting of the Crustacean Society and International Astacology Association: Australian Museum, Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 21/7/2015.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in venomous fishing bait and cave dwelling crustaceans, Departmental talk: University of Queensland, Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia, 3/7/2015.

Invited speaker, Imagining evolutionary ancestors: science at the interface of fact anf fantasy, Meeting of the Bangor Unbiversity Entomological Society: Bangor University, Bangor, Bangor, United Kingdom, 7/5/2015.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in neglected venomous invertebrates, Departmental talk: University of Vienna, Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 9/12/2014.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in neglected venomous invertebrates, Genetics Otago, Annual Symposium: University of Otago, Dunedin, Dunedin, New Zealand, 26/11/2014.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in neglected venomous invertebrates, Departmental talk: Canterbury Agriculture and Science Centre, Lincoln, Lincoln, New Zealand, 19/11/2014.

Invited speaker, Testing character loss as a cause of incongruence between morphological and molecular trees, Willi Hennig Society Meeting: Science Museum of Trento, Trento, Italy, 8/7/2014.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in cave crustaceans and venomous vermes, Departmental talk: Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, 7/5/2014.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in cave crustaceans and venomous vermes, Meeting of Bangor University Entomological Society: 26/3/2014.

Introduction

Summary

My research interests are in two areas: 1) the comparative study of venoms in animals, especially in poorly studied venomous invertebrates including polychaetes and crustaceans; 2) conceptual issues in systematics, especially the changing epistemological role of ancestors in evolutionary biology.

Qualifications

Degrees

PhD in systematic biology, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Doctoraal (Masters) in experimental zoology, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Employment history

Academic

Honorary Senior Lecturer, University College London, Research Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, United Kingdom, 2012 - ongoing

Research Leader, The Natural History Museum, Department of Life Sciences, United Kingdom, 2014 - ongoing

Researcher, The Natural History Museum, Department of Life Sciences, United Kingdom, 2009 - ongoing

Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry, United Kingdom, 2005 - 2008

Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cambridge, Department of Zoology, United Kingdom, 2002 - 2004

Highlighted publications

Von ReumontBM, Campbell LI, Richter S, Hering L, Sykes D, et al. (2014) A Polychaete’s Powerful Punch: Venom Gland Transcriptomics of Glycera Reveals a Complex Cocktail of Toxin Homologs . Genome Biology and Evolution, 6 (9) : 2406 - 2423. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evu190

Jenner RA (2014) Macroevolution of Animal Body Plans: Is There Science after the Tree?. BioScience, 64 (8) : 653 - 664. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biu099

Von ReumontBM, Blanke A, Richter S, Alvarez F, Bleidorn C, et al. (2014) The First Venomous Crustacean Revealed by Transcriptomics and Functional Morphology: Remipede Venom Glands Express a Unique Toxin Cocktail Dominated by Enzymes and a Neurotoxin. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31 (1) : 48 - 58. doi: 10.1093/molbev/mst199

Jenner RA, Dhubhghaill C, Ferla MP, Wills MA (2009) Eumalacostracan phylogeny and total evidence: limitations of the usual suspects. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9 (1) : 21 - 21. doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-9-21

Jenner RA, Wills MA (2007) The choice of model organisms in evo–devo. Nature Reviews Genetics, 8 (4) : 311 - 314. doi: 10.1038/nrg2062

Projects

Grants

Tracking toxins in venomous Vermes: comparative venomics of polychaete annelids
Role: Principal investigator
Funding: BBSRC
Total value £294,473 (to Museum £294,473)
Dates: 2013 - 2016

Symposium on Animal Venoms as part of the BioSyst. EU 2013 Meeting in Vienna - 18-22 February 2013
Role: Principal investigator
Funding: The Company of Biologists Ltd
Total value £3,000 (to Museum £3,000)
Dates: 2012 - 2013

Comparative venom transcriptomics of centipedes: evolutionary diversification of a key ecological adaptation
Role: Principal investigator
Funding: NERC
Total value £58,970.73 (to Museum £58,970.73)
Dates: 2011 - 2014

Publications

Publications

Von ReumontB, Undheim E, Jauss R-T, Jenner R (2017) Venomics of Remipede Crustaceans Reveals Novel Peptide Diversity and Illuminates the Venom’s Biological Role. Toxins, 9 (8) : 234 - 234. doi: 10.3390/toxins9080234

Richter S, Helm C, Meunier FA, Hering L, Campbell LI, Drukewitz SH, Undheim EAB, Jenner RA, Schiavo G, Bleidorn C (2017) Comparative analyses of glycerotoxin expression unveil a novel structural organization of the bloodworm venom system. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 17 (1) : doi: 10.1186/s12862-017-0904-4

Undheim EAB, Jenner RA, King GF (2016) Centipede venoms as a source of drug leads. Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery, 11 (12) : 1139 - 1149. doi: 10.1080/17460441.2016.1235155

Mathers TC, Hammond RL, Jenner RA, Hänfling B, Atkins J, Gómez A (2015) Transition in sexual system and sex chromosome evolution in the tadpole shrimp Triops cancriformis. Heredity, 115 (1) : 37 - 46. doi: 10.1038/hdy.2015.10

Jenner RA (2015) Science Behind, Around, and After Trees Response. BIOSCIENCE, 65 (2) : 119 - 120. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biu214

Jenner R (2015) Venomous crustacean, In: McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology 2015, McGraw-Hill : 372 - 375.

Jenner R (2015) Ernst Haeckel. Art forms in nature, In: Rare treasures from the library of the Natural History Museum, The Natural History Museum : London, United Kingdom.

Von ReumontBM, Campbell LI, Richter S, Hering L, Sykes D, Hetmank J, Jenner RA, Bleidorn C (2014) A Polychaete’s Powerful Punch: Venom Gland Transcriptomics of Glycera Reveals a Complex Cocktail of Toxin Homologs . Genome Biology and Evolution, 6 (9) : 2406 - 2423. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evu190

Jenner RA (2014) Macroevolution of Animal Body Plans: Is There Science after the Tree?. BioScience, 64 (8) : 653 - 664. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biu099

Von ReumontB, Campbell L, Jenner R (2014) Quo Vadis Venomics? A Roadmap to Neglected Venomous Invertebrates. Toxins, 6 (12) : 3488 - 3551. doi: 10.3390/toxins6123488

Von ReumontBM, Blanke A, Richter S, Alvarez F, Bleidorn C, Jenner RA (2014) The First Venomous Crustacean Revealed by Transcriptomics and Functional Morphology: Remipede Venom Glands Express a Unique Toxin Cocktail Dominated by Enzymes and a Neurotoxin. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31 (1) : 48 - 58. doi: 10.1093/molbev/mst199

Mathers TC, Hammond RL, Jenner RA, Hänfling B, Gómez A (2013) Multiple global radiations in tadpole shrimps challenge the concept of ‘living fossils’. PeerJ, 1 : e62 - e62. doi: 10.7717/peerj.62

Mathers TC, Hammond RL, Jenner RA, Zierold T, Hänfling B, Gómez A (2013) High lability of sexual system over 250 million years of evolution in morphologically conservative tadpole shrimps. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13 (1) : 30 - 30. doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-13-30

Vogt L, Nickel M, Jenner RA, Deans AR (2013) The need for data standards in zoomorphology. Journal of Morphology, 274 (7) : 793 - 808. doi: 10.1002/jmor.20138

Von ReumontBM, Jenner RA, Wills MA, Dell'ampio E, Pass G, Ebersberger I, Meyer B, Koenemann S, Iliffe TM, Stamatakis A, Niehuis O, Meusemann K, Misof B (2012) Pancrustacean Phylogeny in the Light of New Phylogenomic Data: Support for Remipedia as the Possible Sister Group of Hexapoda. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 29 (3) : 1031 - 1045. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msr270

Jenner RA (2011) Use of Morphology in Criticizing Molecular Trees. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 31 (2) : 373 - 377. doi: 10.1651/10-3442.1

Jenner RA (2010) [Review of] All creatures. Naturalists, collectors, and biodiversity, 1850-1950. 31 : 22 - 25.

Jenner RA (2010) [Review of] The science of describing. Natural history in Renaissance Europe. 31 : 13 - 16.

Jenner RA (null) Idalatry. Palaeontological Association Newsletter, 71 : 94 - 102.

Jenner RA (2010) Higher-level crustacean phylogeny: consensus and conflicting hypotheses. Arthropod Structure & Development, 39 : 143 - 153.

Jenner RA (2010) [Review of] Arachnids. 32 : 14 - 15.

Koenemann S, Jenner RA, Hoenemann M, Stemme T, Von ReumontBM (2010) Arthropod phylogeny revisited, with a focus on crustacean relationships. Arthropod Structure & Development, 39 (2-3) : 88 - 110. doi: 10.1016/j.asd.2009.10.003

Jenner R (2009) Perspectives in Animal Phylogeny and Evolution. NATURE, 458 (7239) : 706 - 706. doi: 10.1038/458706a

Jenner RA (2009) [Review of] From embryology to evo-devo. A history of developmental evolution. null, 52 : 458 - 462.

Jenner RA, Dhubhghaill C, Ferla MP, Wills MA (2009) Eumalacostracan phylogeny and total evidence: limitations of the usual suspects. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9 (1) : 21 - 21. doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-9-21

Jenner RA, Littlewood DTJ (2009) Invertebrate Problematica: kinds, causes, and solutions, In: Animal Evolution - Genomes, Fossils and Trees, Telford MJ, Littlewood DTJ (Eds). Oxford University Press : Oxford. 107 - 126.

Wills MA, Jenner RA, Ní DhubhghaillC (2009) Eumalacostracan evolution: conflict between three sources of data. Arthropod Systematics and Phylogeny, 67 : 71 - 90.

Jenner RA (2008) [Review of] The regulatory genome. Gene regulatory networks in development and evolution. 30 : 19 - 21.

Jenner RA (2008) On molecular clocks and molecular fetish. 67 : 25 - 29.

Jenner RA (2008) For a very specialized audience only. 69 : 23 - 25.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (2008) Evo-devo’s identity: from model organisms to developmental types., In: Evolving pathways. Key themes in evolutionary developmental biology, Minelli A, Fusco G (Eds). Cambridge University Press : 100 - 119.

Jenner RA, Littlewood DTJ (2008) Problematica old and new. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 363 (1496) : 1503 - 1512. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2007.2240

Jenner RA, Wills MA (2007) The choice of model organisms in evo–devo. Nature Reviews Genetics, 8 (4) : 311 - 314. doi: 10.1038/nrg2062

Jenner RONALDA, Sghram FREDERICKR (1999) The grand game of metazoan phylogeny: rules and strategies. Biological Reviews, 74 (2) : 121 - 142. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-185X.1999.tb00183.x

Jenner RA (2007) [Review of] Macroevolution. Diversity, disparity, contingency. Essays in honor of Stephen Jay Gould. 64 : 102 - 106.

Jenner RA (2007) [Review of] Evolutionary pathways in nature. A phylogenetic approach. 62 : 28 - 35.

Jenner RA (2006) Unburdening evo-devo: ancestral attractions, model organisms, and basal baloney. Development Genes and Evolution, 216 (7-8) : 385 - 394. doi: 10.1007/s00427-006-0084-5

Jenner RA (2006) Challenging received wisdoms: Some contributions of the new microscopy to the new animal phylogeny. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 46 (2) : 93 - 103. doi: 10.1093/icb/icj014

Jenner RA (2006) Demolishing the ivory tower: science as entertainment. 62 : 19 - 25.

Jenner RA (2006) On cosmik debris and palaeontology. 62 : 28 - 35.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (2006) Metazoan phylogeny, In: Evolution of nervous systems. Volume I: History of ideas, basic concepts and developmental mechanisms, Kaas JH (Eds). Academic Press : Oxford. 17 - 40.

Webster BL, Copley RR, Jenner RA, Mackenzie-dodds JA, Bourlat SJ, Rota-stabelli O, Littlewood DTJ, Telford MJ (2006) Mitogenomics and phylogenomics reveal priapulid worms as extant models of the ancestral Ecdysozoan. Evolution Development, 8 (6) : 502 - 510. doi: 10.1111/j.1525-142X.2006.00123.x

Jenner RA (2005) Combating footnote status in evolutionary theory. null, 74 : 209 - 211.

Jenner RA (2005) Scotoma of systematics, or Herschel’s headaches and Darwin’s metaphysics. 60 : 18 - 25.

Jenner RA (2005) Meeting a nemertean nemesis. 59 : 37 - 43.

Jenner RA (2005) Foiling vertebrate inversion with the humble nemertean. 58 : 32 - 39.

Jenner R, Jenner RA, Scholtz G (2005) Playing another round of metazoan phylogenetics: historical epistemology, sensitivity analysis, and the position of Arthropoda within the Metazoa on the basis of morphology., In: Crustacea and Arthropod Relationships, Koenemann S, Jenner RA (Eds). CRC Press : 355 - 385.

Jenner RA (2004) Libbie Henrietta Hyman (1888-1969): From developmental mechanics to the evolution of animal body plans. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 302B (5) : 413 - 423. doi: 10.1002/jez.b.21019

Jenner RA (2004) When molecules and morphology clash: reconciling conflicting phylogenies of the Metazoa by considering secondary character loss. Evolution and Development, 6 (5) : 372 - 378. doi: 10.1111/j.1525-142X.2004.04045.x

Jenner RA (2004) The scientific status of metazoan cladistics: why current research practice must change. Zoologica Scripta, 33 (4) : 293 - 310. doi: 10.1111/j.0300-3256.2004.00153.x

Jenner RA, Steel M (2004) Accepting Partnership by Submission? Morphological Phylogenetics in a Molecular Millennium. Systematic Biology, 53 (2) : 333 - 359. doi: 10.1080/10635150490423962

Jenner RA (2004) The tainting of Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash.. 57 : 10 - 17.

Jenner RA (2004) Historical imagination, colonial theories and phylogenetic fashion. 56 : 50 - 59.

Jenner RA (2004) Presumed primitive until proven derived: appreciating evolutionary loss. 23 : 12 - 16.

Jenner RA (2004) The hold of hypothetical ancestors and the amazing appeal of annelids as archetypes. 55 : 18 - 27.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (2004) Towards a phylogeny of the Metazoa: evaluating alternative phylogenetic positions of Platyhelminthes, Nemertea, and Gnathostomulida, with a critical reappraisal of cladistic characters.. Contributions to Zoology, 73 : 3 - 163.

Jenner RA (2003) Unleashing the Force of Cladistics? Metazoan Phylogenetics and Hypothesis Testing. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 43 (1) : 207 - 218. doi: 10.1093/icb/43.1.207

Jenner RA (2003) Evolutionary déjà vu. 22 : 15 - 17.

Jenner RA (2003) [Review of] The development of animal form. Ontogeny, morphology, and evolution. 54 : 68 - 72.

Jenner RA (2003) [Review of] Invertebrates. 54 : 80 - 88.

Jenner RA (2003) Darwin’s cirripedology meets modern phylogenetics. 54 : 10 - 16.

Jenner RA (2003) “Laws” of animal evolution and evolutionary folk wisdom. 53 : 42 - 48.

Jenner RA (2003) Conceptual fossils. 52 : 24 - 29.

Jenner RA (2002) Technophilia and the black box. 51 : 22 - 26.

Jenner RA (2002) [Review of] From DNA to diversity. Molecular genetics and the evolution of animal design. 51 : 43 - 47.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (2002) Boolean logic and character state identity: pitfalls of character coding in metazoan cladistics.. Contributions to Zoology, 71 : 67 - 91.

Jenner R, Jenner RA, Schram FR (2002) Systematic zoology: invertebrates. Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems, EOLSS Publishers

Galis F, Jenner RA (2001) The evolution of individuality and conflict mediation. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 16 (10) : 541 - 541. doi: 10.1016/S0169-5347(01)02315-1

Jenner RA, Olmstead R (2001) Bilaterian Phylogeny and Uncritical Recycling of Morphological Data Sets. Systematic Biology, 50 (5) : 730 - 742. doi: 10.1080/106351501753328857

Jenner RA (2001) Carrying metazoan phylogenetics forward in the 21st century.. Contributions to Zoology, 70 : 181 - 184.

Jenner RA (2001) [Review of] Genomic regulatory systems. Development and evolution. 47 : 73 - 75.

Jenner RA (2001) [Review of] Multicellular animals. The phylogenetic system of the Metazoa. Volume II. null, 76 : 363 - 364.

Schram FR, Jenner RA (2001) The origin of Hexapoda: a crustacean perspective.. Annales de la Société entomologique de France (N. S.), 37 : 243 - 264.

Jenner RA (2000) Evolution of animal body plans: the role of metazoan phylogeny at the interface between pattern and process. Evolution and Development, 2 (4) : 208 - 221. doi: 10.1046/j.1525-142x.2000.00060.x

Jenner R, Jenner RA (1999) Metazoan phylogeny as a tool in evolutionary biology: current problems and discrepancies in application.. The Belgian Journal of Zoology, 129 : 245 - 261.

Jenner RA, Hof CHJ, Schram FR (1998) Palaeo- and archaeostomatopods (Hoplocarida, Crustacea) from the Bear Gulch Limestone, Mississipian (Namurian), of Central Montana.. Contributions to Zoology, 67 : 155 - 185.

Jenner R, Jenner RA (1998) Hierarchical organization and the structural-interactive hierarchy. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 194 : 457 - 460.

Teaching and students

Courses taught

Short course: Integrating molecules with taxonomy and systematics
, London
5/2018.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analysis
Natural History Museum, London
2/2018.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analyses
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
5/2017.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analyses
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
2/2017.

PhD: London NERC DTP
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
11/2016.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2016.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2016.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analyses
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
2/2016.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2015.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2015.

PhD: Summer School on Evolutionary Developmental Biology
, Venice, Italy
5/2015.

Short course: Molecular diagnostics for species identification and evolutionary analyses
Natural History Museum, London, London, United Kingdom
2/2015.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2014.

MRes: MRes Biodiversity, evolution and conservation
10/2014.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2014.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2013.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2013.

PhD: Summer School on Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Instituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, Venice, Italy
9/2013.

Second year: BIOL2009 Animal Biodiversity
University College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2012.

MRes: Imperial college MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity and MRes in Biosystematics
Imperial College London, London, London, United Kingdom
10/2012.

PhD: PhD course on Evolutionary biology and phylogenetics
2/2012.

PhD: Summer School on Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Instituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, Venice, Italy
9/2011.

PhD: Spring School of Unione Zoologica Italiana on How to measure and preserve biodiversity: How to measure and preserve biodiversity
Instituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, Venice, Italy
5/2011.

PhD: Marine Macrofauna of Sweden: systematics and taxonomy
Lovén Centre for Marine Science, Tjärno, Sweden
9/2010.

PhD: Summer School on Evolutionary Developmental Biology
Instituto Veneto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, Venice, Italy
9/2009.

Supervision

Master's Lead supervisor to Lee A
Co supervisor(s): Jenner R
Investigating the role of secondary character loss in explaining the incongruence between morphological and molecular phylogenies
Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom

Master's Lead supervisor to Tarditi Spagnoli G
Co supervisor(s): Jenner R
Not only in molecules: the first assessment of he node-density effect in morphological trees and its effects on tree-thinking
Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom

Examiner

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
5/5/2017

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
, Brisbane, Australia
, Brisbane, Australia
7/12/2016

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
1/4/2013

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
Universite Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI)

External examiner, Doctoral degree (PhD)
Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands

Course developed

Co developers: Jones K, Reuter M, Goswami A, Baloux F, Garner T
MRes in Biodiversity, Evolution & Conservation, University College London
The Natural History Museum
Institute of Zoology
2012

Impact and outreach

Invited and keynote speaker

Invited speaker, The importance of negelcted venomous invertebrates for comparative venomics, Workshop on Science Dissemination, Animal Biology and Neuroscience: Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, 27/3/2017.

Invited speaker, Is the venom system of bloodworms functionally compartmentalized?, Oxford Venoms 2016: University of Oxford, Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, 5/9/2016.

Invited speaker, The evolution of venomous fish, fishing bait, and carnivorous crustaceans, Departmental talk: Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (CSIC), Madrid, Madrid, Spain, 26/5/2016.

Keynote speaker, Chasing venoms in predatory crustaceans and commercial fishing bait, Venom Day 2015: Bangor University, Bangor, Bangor, United Kingdom, 21/11/2015.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in fishing bait and cave dwelling crustaceans, Departmental talk: Bangor University, Bangor, Bangor, United Kingdom, 20/11/2015.

Invited speaker, Dinner speech: systematics and biodiversity research in the era of genomics, Conference on systematics and biodiversity research in the era of genomics: Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Oslo, 6/11/2015.

Invited speaker, Evidence and imaginatiojn in the quest to understand animal origins, The origin of metazoans: SpongEX meeting: Giens, France, 14/10/2015.

Keynote speaker, Tracking toxins in neglected venomous (in)vertebrates, 18th World Congress of the International Society on Toxinology: University of Oxford, Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, 30/9/2015.

Keynote speaker, Chasing neglected venomous invertebrates: tales of convergent toxin evolution, Mid-Year Meeting of the Crustacean Society and International Astacology Association: Australian Museum, Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 21/7/2015.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in venomous fishing bait and cave dwelling crustaceans, Departmental talk: University of Queensland, Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia, 3/7/2015.

Invited speaker, Imagining evolutionary ancestors: science at the interface of fact anf fantasy, Meeting of the Bangor Unbiversity Entomological Society: Bangor University, Bangor, Bangor, United Kingdom, 7/5/2015.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in neglected venomous invertebrates, Departmental talk: University of Vienna, Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 9/12/2014.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in neglected venomous invertebrates, Genetics Otago, Annual Symposium: University of Otago, Dunedin, Dunedin, New Zealand, 26/11/2014.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in neglected venomous invertebrates, Departmental talk: Canterbury Agriculture and Science Centre, Lincoln, Lincoln, New Zealand, 19/11/2014.

Invited speaker, Testing character loss as a cause of incongruence between morphological and molecular trees, Willi Hennig Society Meeting: Science Museum of Trento, Trento, Italy, 8/7/2014.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in cave crustaceans and venomous vermes, Departmental talk: Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, 7/5/2014.

Invited speaker, Tracking toxins in cave crustaceans and venomous vermes, Meeting of Bangor University Entomological Society: 26/3/2014.