Pedro Jordano


Biologic Station of Doñana, CSIC and Departmento of Vegetal Biology and Ecology. University of Sevilla.


Research Professor of the Spanish Council of Scientific Research (CSIC) at the Doñana Biological Station, and associate professor at Univ. Sevilla (Spain). His research focuses on the biodiversity of ecological interactions among species. He chairs the Spanish National Research Plan in the area of Environmental Sciences and Technologies.

He studies biological diversity from both ecological and evolutionary perspectives, and how ecological interactions shape complex ecological systems.
Research Professor, Estación Biológica de Doñana, CSIC; Associate Professor, Univ. Sevilla.
Chair of the Environmental Sciences and Technologies program, National Research Agency, Ministry of Science, Spain. Included in SCI (Web of Science) list Most influential Scientific Minds, 2015-2020.
Editorial boards: PLOS Biology; Ann. Rev. Ecol., Evol., Syst.; J. Evol. Biol.
Awards: 2018 National Research Award, Environmental Sciences and Technologies. Spanish Ministry of Science. 2014, Rey Jaime I Award, Environmental Conservation, XXVII edition, Gener. Valencia. 2008 Mercer Award, Ecological Society of America.