Dr Anna Champneys is a senior lecturer in the School of Animal Rural & Environmental Sciences and course leader for the BSc (Honours) degree in Wildlife Conservation. She teaches students studying a range of undergraduate environmental courses and is module leader for:
- Biodiversity Conservation
She also supervises undergraduate student research projects, with an emphasis on topics relating to animal behaviour and behavioural ecology.
Internship with the People's Trust for Endangered Species on the importance of hedgerows to small mammals.
PhD on ‘factors affecting distribution and habitat selection of water shrews (Neomys fodiens)’.
Course leader for the BSc (Honours) degree in Wildlife Conservation.
Factors affecting distribution of water shrews
Habitat selection of water shrews
Genetics of water shrews
Small mammal habitat preferences
Badgers and toxoplasma