My research interests surround habitat management, monitoring and restoration underpinned by understanding biodiversity, habitat use, and species interactions at different life stages. The main themes I am interested in are:
I am keen to incorporate additional methods to provide a more in-depth view of these themes, such as molecular techniques and neuroecological principles.
In addition, I have a strong interest in taxonomy and animal ethics, with further experience in animal husbandry and enrichment.
Publications are available to view via my ResearchGate profile
BSc Biomedical Science, University of Warwick, UK (2009-2012)
MSc Wildlife Management and Conservation, University of Reading, UK (2015-2016)
2021 – 2022 Valentina Ventimiglia (MSc): Investigating the physiological and behavioural changes in the commercially important Velvet Swimming crab, Necora puber (L.), following exposure to Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs)