Professor Georgina Mace
Georgina Mace DBE FRS is Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems. She and was the founding Director of the Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research (CBER, 2012-2018).
Georgina Mace’s first degree was in Zoology and she has a PhD in evolutionary ecology.
Her research interests are in measuring the trends and consequences of biodiversity loss and ecosystem change, especially in the context of climate and other global changes.
She was elected an FRS in 2002, was the winner of the 2007 International Cosmos Prize and the 2016 Heineken Prize for Environmental Science, and made DBE in 2016.