Associate Professor at University College Dublin.
Prof. Emma Teeling established the Laboratory of Molecular Evolution and Mammalian Phylogenetics in 2005 and is the Founding Director of the Centre for Irish Bat Research at University College Dublin (UCD). She has been awarded a prestigious European Research Council Starting grant (2012) and a Science Foundation Ireland, President of Ireland Young Researcher Award (2006). Her integrative research in the fields of zoology, phylogenetics, genomics and conservation biology uncovers the genetic signatures of survival that enables species to adapt to an ever-changing environment.
Visit website: https://people.ucd.ie/emma.teeling
See also: University College Dublin - Public Research university.
Emma Teeling News
Longest-lived bats unveiled secrets to longer and healthier lives
Medical Xpress - 26-Aug-2021
Novel genes increase DNA repair and limit damage to slow down ageing processRead more...
Scientists sequence wild bats’ genes for long lifespan and cancer resistance
Phys.org - 12-Jun-2019
Novel molecular targets for future ageing intervention studiesRead more...
Long-Lived Bats Have Telomeres That Don't Shorten
INVERSE - 07-Feb-2018
These mouse-sized mammals live way longer than they should. Some of the telomeres of Myotis bats...Read more...