Personal profile

Biography

2017 - Senior Lecturer, University of Roehampton.

2015 - Lecturer, University of Roehampton.

2013 - Postdoctoral researcher, Imperial College London.

2011 - Ph.D, Queen Mary University of London.

2006 - BSc (Hons), University of Leeds, 2:1 degree received in Ecology.

Qualifications

BSc, PhD

Research interests

My research focuses on understanding the structure and functioning of ecosystems. An ecosystem is more than the sum of its parts and by studying interactions between species (e.g. food webs) and their environment (e.g. temperature) we can gain key information about the pathways of energy flow that bring about real change in natural systems. I use a range of approaches from small-scale laboratory experiments, field surveys and large ecological datasets and my work searches for common mechanisms operating across aquatic and terrestrial realms

Potential Research Projects on offer
Please contact me via email for potential MSc and PhD projects.

Research projects

Postdoctoral project: http://nerc-duress.org/

Teaching

Diversity of Life 1 (1st year)

Ecology and Evolution (2nd year)

Aquatic and Invertebrate Biology (3rd year)

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