Anders P. Tøttrup
Statens Naturhistoriske Museum
Universitetsparken 15, bygning 3, 2.sal, 2100 København Ø
2009 PhD in Migration Ecology, Department of Biology,University of Copenhagen, Denmark
2004 MSc in Population Ecology, Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen
2015-present Director of Education, Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen
2012-present Associate Professor, Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen
2009-2012 Post doc, Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate, University of Copenhagen.
2005-2008 PhD student, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
49 peer-reviewed scientific papers, H-index: 21, 1350 citations in Web of Science.
Regular symposium convener, e.g.: European Ornithologists’ Conference, 2015 and International Ornithological Conference, Tokyo, 2014
Reviewer for top journals:
General Biology (e.g. Proc Roy Soc B, Biology Letters), Ecology (e.g. Journal of Animal Ecology, Ecography), Ornithology (e.g. Journal of Avian Biology, IBIS)
Main author on 4 Environmental Impact Assessment reports
5 scientific reports since 2005
>60 popular articles and book reviews within Ornithology and Conservation since 2005
Higher Education Teaching and Teaching Practice Programme for assistant professors. “Adjunktpædagogikum”. Workload: 250 hours.
Certified to teach English-medium courses by KU Centre for Internationalisation and parallel language use with the result of “4” (on a 1-5 scale where 5 is best)
Planning, giving lectures and exercises, as well as student assessment and course evaluation on:Danish Fauna – vertebrates (BSc) and Ornithology (MSc)
Lecturing: Nature Management (MSc), Conservation Biology (BSc/MSc), Ornithology (MSc)
Annually 4 MSc students and 3 BSc students
2007-2015 11 MSc project and 21 BSc projects
Organisational and field work experience
- Extensive training in bird identification, bird surveys, ringing, conventional radio-tracking as well as handling and capturing birds.
- Organised and preformed field work in Tanzania, Ghana, Niger, Greenland, USA, Israel, Sweden, Finland and Denmark.
- Editor of popular scientific journal: Fugle i felten published by BirdLife Denmark with focus on Field Ornithology (2003-2005).
- Executive board member of BirdLife Denmark (since 2007-2011)
- Chairman of the scientific committee of BirdLife Denmark (2012-present) member since 2008.
Research grants: Carlsberg 1-year Individual post doc (2011), Villum Fonden 2-year individual post doc (2012)
- Golden Eagle Project (Aage V. Jensen Foundation, 2015, 132000€)
- Citizen Science Project with Danish Nature Protection Society (Aage V. Jensen Foundation, 2013, 1,900,000 €)
- Citizen Science Project with WWF (Aage V. Jensen Foundation, 2013, 890,000 €)
Travel grants: NSF USA (2010, 840 USD); Migration Interest Group Research Applied Toward Education (2008, 1000 €); Dansk Naturhistorisk Forening (2004, 660 €)
Fieldwork grants: KIIIP Greenland Homerule Fund (2006, 4600 €), Bodil Pedersen Fund (2006, 1300 €), Torben & Alice Frimodt Fund (2006, 1300 €), Julie von Müllens Fund/The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, (2006, 3300 €), Japetus Steenstrups Fund (2006, 400 €), Oticon Fund (2006, 1600 €), Aalborg Zoo’s Greenlandic Grant (2005, 1300 €)