|I am a Professor of Biology at the University of Ottawa, where I study global change impacts on biodiversity and am strongly engaged in science policy work on many fronts. Topic: Key commitments needed to move forward with equity in research environments|
Professor, University Research Chair in Macroecology and Conservation, University of Ottawa, and President of the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution
Jeremy Kerr holds the University Research Chair in Macroecology and Conservation Biology at the University of Ottawa. His work has been featured in the media worldwide, including the New York Times, Washington Post, and Le Monde. He was elected to the Global Young Academy and has received numerous research awards. He is President of the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution and contributes to new policies for gender equality, basic science, and environmental advocacy.