Alienor Chauvenet

Alienor Chauvenet completed an MSc in Conservation Science and PhD in Ecology at Imperial College London, UK. Her PhD focused on understanding and modelling the dynamics of translocated populations, and developing a method to use translocations as an adaptation tool to climate change. After her PhD, in 2012, she worked for the British government, in the National Wildlife Management Team, as an ecological modeller, focusing on managing human wildlife conflict. In 2014,she moved to Australia for a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Queensland. In 2018 she became a lecturer in quantitative ecology at Griffith University. Her research focuses on how to optimise land management decisions for conservation purposes at the regional, national and global scale, and how we can measure the biodiversity benefit of these decisions.

Experience

  • 2018–present
    Lecturer, Griffith University
  • 2014–2018
    Postdoctoral research fellow, University of Queensland
  • 2012–2014
    Ecological Modeller, Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, UK
  • 2012–2014
    Ecological modeller, DEFRA
  • 2012–2014
    Postdoctoral research associate, Institute of Zoology, ZSL

Education

  • 2013 
    Imperial College London, PhD in Ecology
  • 2009 
    Imperial College London, MSc in Conservation Science
  • 2007 
    University of Queensland, BSc (Hons 1st class)

Professional Memberships

  • Society for Conservation Biology
  • Ecological Society of Australia