I am an ecologist with broad interests in the evolution and ecology of animal-plant interactions, nutritional ecology and biodiversity conservation. I study how local environmental factors such as food quality and climate interact to limit diet and habitat selection by populations and communities of herbivores. My research incorporates a range of taxa, including mammals, insects and plants, and integrates large-scale field experiments, plant chemical analyses and molecular approaches. I also have strong interests and experience in wildlife management and conservation policy.
Program Manager Hub Coordination, Saving our Species, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
Research fellow, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University
Senior Programs and Policy Officer, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
Postdoctoral research fellow, University of Aberdeen
Research Assistant, University of Aberdeen
Postdoctoral research associate, The James Hutton Institute
Policy Officer, Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry