I am passionate about Biodiversity conservation, science communications, strategy and leadership.
I am a research Affiliate at the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology at the University of Kent (UK). My research interests are broad and span eco-evolutionary genetics and wildlife conservation.
I completed my PhD in 2015 examining evolutionary conservation genetics in invasive and endemic parrots, and have worked with Endangered Seychelles black parrots, Mauritian Pink Pigeons and more...
I am an ongoing external supervisor and advisor for a number of research projects including the endangered Arabian Leopard, peregrine falcons, Hyacinth Macaws and Malaysian carnivores.