Liz Pásztor is a Hungarian researcher who completed master's degrees in biology and philosophy before pursuing her doctorate in biology at Loránd Eötvös University (Budapest, Hungary), where she worked between 1975 and 2021. Liz has also spent semesters teaching or doing research at Aarhus University (Denmark) and Leiden University (Netherlands).

She has published journal articles on life-history theory, experimental studies of great tit birds nesting in boxes, and theoretical ecology. She has held various positions in the European Society for Evolutionary Biology and the European Ornithologists’ Union for several years. She is the lead author and editor of two textbooks on ecology for the BSc and MSc levels. 

Erzsébet Pásztor

Research Interests:

Methodological problems of ecology and evolutionary biology, experimental education of applied statistics, and theoretical biology at the basic level


Academic Fields:

  • Evolutionary Ecology
  • Theoretical Ecology