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stuart campbell




PhD Cornell University (2012)
MSc Simon Fraser University (2004)
BSc Simon Fraser University (2002)  



2016-         Independent Research Fellow, University of Sheffield

2014-2016  Banting Fellow, University of Toronto

2013-2014  EEB Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Toronto

2012-2013  Post-Doctoral Associate, Cornell University

2005-2012  PhD Dissertation research, Cornell University

2004-2005  Lab Technician, Integrative Biology, University of Guelph

2003-2004  Research Assistant, Chemical Ecology Research Group, Simon Fraser University

2002-2003  MSc Thesis Research



2011  Entomology 3310, Insect Phylogeny

2010-11  Introductory Biology 1500 (Investigative Laboratory). Cornell University  (Laboratory instructor)

2010  Ecology & Evolutionary Biology / Entomology 369, Chemical Ecology. Cornell University

2009  Entomology 212, Introduction to Entomology. Cornell University

2007  E & EB 369 / Entomol 369, Chemical Ecology. Cornell University

2006  E & EB 455 / Entomol 455, Insect Ecology. Cornell University

2004  Environmental Biology 3040, Natural Chemicals in the Environment. University of Guelph

2003  Biology 326, Biology of Nonvascular Plants. Simon Fraser University

2002  Biology 404, Plant Ecology. Simon Fraser University



2016-          P3 Independent Research Fellowship

2014-2016  Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship (NSERC Canada)

2014           Finalist/Runner-up, New Phytologist Tansley Medal for Excellence in Plant Science

2013-2014  Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Fellowship, University of Toronto

2010-2011  Cornell Graduate School Research Grant

2010-2011  Grace Griswold Research Grant (Department of Entomology)

2006-2009  Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada Doctoral Fellowship

2008-2009  Biogeochemistry and Biocomplexity Initiative (BBI) Graduate Student Research Grant

2006-2007  Biogeochemistry and Biocomplexity Initiative (BBI) Graduate Student Research Grant

2005-2006  Cornell University Graduate School Sage Fellowship

2007, 2010  W. Arthur and Alma D. Rawlins Endowment, Department of Entomology, Research/Travel Grant


European Society for Evolutionary Biology; Society for the Study of Evolution; Ecological Society of America; Canadian Society for Ecology & Evolution


Seminar Series Coordinator 2006, 2008-9 (Entomology Departmental Seminar Series, Cornell)

Reviewer for American Journal of Botany; Animal Behaviour; Ecology; Ecological Entomology; Ecology Letters; Ecography; Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata; Evolution; Evolutionary Ecology; Functional Ecology; Journal of Applied Entomology; Oecologia; Oikos; Proc Royal Society B

Treasurer, Entomology Graduate Student Society (Jugatae) (2007-2008)

Reviewer/panelist for the Cornell Biogeochemistry and Environmental Biocomplexity (IGERT) Small Grant  Program (2007-2011)

Member, Department of Entomology Curriculum and Teaching Committee, Cornell University (2006-8)



Campbell, S.A. 2015. Coevolution of plant reproduction and defence. Queen's University (Invited seminar).


Campbell, S.A. 2015. Plant mating systems and convergent evolution of defense and pollination Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Campo Grande, Brazil (Invited seminar).


Campbell, S.A., Barrett, S.C.H., Kessler, A. and Wright, S.I. 2015. Mating system transitions and convergent floral evolution in plants. Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE), the Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB), and the American Society of Naturalists (ASN). Guarujá, Brazil


Campbell, S.A. 2014. Plant mating systems and the evolution and ecology of plant defence. Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto (Dept Seminar)


Campbell, S.A., Halitschke, R., Ericksen, A., and Kessler, A. 2014. Plant mating systems and volatile-mediated interactions of herbivores and pollinators. Gordon Research Conference on Plant Volatiles.


Campbell, S.A. October 2013.  Novel drivers of plant-phytophagous insect interactions: Environmental, evolutionary, and chemical ecological perspectives.  South China Agricultural University, Guangzhou, China (Invited)