Cedric Tan

Postdoctoral Researcher in Innovative Teaching and Outreach, with associated research on clouded leopards


Research Interests

Education games development; pedagagy; ecology and conservation of tropical carnivores

Additional Information

Dance and music



Email: cedric.tan@zoo.ox.ac.uk



Selected Publications

  • Rocha D, et al. Tan CKW. Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) density in Central Amazonia. PLoS ONE, in press.

    Tan CKW, et al. 2015. The discovery of two spotted leopards (Panthera pardus) in Peninsular Malaysia. Trop Conserv Sci 8: 732-737.

    Tan CKW, et al. 2015. Managing present day large-carnivores in ‘island habitats’: Lessons learned from human-tiger interactions in Singapore. Biodivers Conserv 24: 3109-3124.

    Carazo P*, Tan CKW* et al. 2014. Within-group relatedness reduces female harm in Drosophila. Nature 505: 672-675. *Joint first author

    Tan CKW, et al. 2013. Sex-specific responses to sexual familiarity, and the role of olfaction. Proc Roy Soc B Bio 280: 1771.

    Tan CKW, et al. 2013. Parental age, gametic age and inbreeding interact to modulate offspring viability in D. melanogaster. Evolution 67: 3043–3051.

    Tan CKW, et al. 2012. Little evidence for premating inbreeding avoidance in Drosophila melanogaster. Anim Behav 83: 1433-1441.