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Patrick Bateson

Sir Paul Patrick Gordon Bateson, FRS (born 31 March 1938) is an English biologist and science writer. Bateson is emeritus professor of ethology at Cambridge University and president of the Zoological Society of London since 2004.

Bateson's grandfather's cousin was the geneticist William Bateson, and his daughter is Melissa Bateson, also a professor of ethology, at Newcastle University. Patrick Bateson received a BA degree in zoology and a PhD degree in animal behaviour from Cambridge University. Previous academic positions include a Harkness Fellowship at Stanford University[1] and ten years as head of the Cambridge sub-department of Animal Behaviour. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) in 1983. Bateson retired as the biological secretary to the Royal Society after five years and Provost of King's College, Cambridge after fifteen years in 2003. He retired from his Cambridge Chair in 2005. Bateson was knighted in 2003. He received an Honorary ScD degree from the University of St Andrews[2] and an Honorary Fellowship from Queen Mary University of London.[3]

Bateson has written many books and articles on ethology, animal welfare, behavioral development and evolution, gives public lectures and broadcasts.

Contents

  • Selected works 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Selected works

  • "Growing Points in Ethology", with Robert Hinde (1976)
  • Mate Choice]] (1983)
  • The Development and Integration of Behaviour (1991)
  • Behavioural Mechanisms in Evolutionary Perspective (1992)
  • Measuring Behaviour, with Paul Martin (3rd edition 2007)
  • "The Behavioural and Physiological Effects of Culling Red Deer" (1997)
  • Perspectives in Ethology (series)
  • Design For A Life, with Paul Martin (1999)
  • "Independent Inquiry into Dog Breeding" (2010)
  • "Review of Research using Non-Human Primates" (2011)
  • Plasticity, Robustness, Development and Evolution, with Peter Gluckman (2011)

See also

References

  1. ^ Patrick Bateson - website Edge.org
  2. ^ Honorary degrees - website of the University of St Andrews
  3. ^ Honorary Fellows - website Queen Mary University of London

External links

  • The Edge biography
  • Official homepage
  • Career profiles: How I came to study animal behaviour
  • Patrick Bateson interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 13th December 2007 (film)
  • Patrick Bateson named chair of Kennel Club and Dogs Trust breeding review
Academic offices
Preceded by
Bernard Williams
Provost of King's College, Cambridge
1987-2003
Succeeded by
Judith Mayhew
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