By Headscape 10th June 2019

Eileen Cox is Head of Post Graduate Studies at the Natural History Museum, London, with an extensive research background and a particular interest in the taxonomy and ecology of diatoms. She has published over 100 scientific papers and completed a key to the identification of live diatoms. She has run a number of courses and workshops on algae with particular emphasis on algal diversity and the identification of genera and species. Eileen is currently Editor for Diatom Research, on the Editorial Board of Fottea, Leader of the Working Group on Diatom Terminology and Co-Editor of two special volumes on Ecology of Springs and of a book on Long-term Ecosystem Study of the Breitenbach.