Post-doctoral Research Fellow, CSIRO

I am a post-doctoral research fellow at the CSIRO, Adelaide South Australia. My background is in psychology and I have a diverse experience applying psychological principles and research methodologies to human-centric problems including biodiversity loss and population health.

My PhD research, which I completed at the University of South Australia (conferred December 2017), was in the field of conservation psychology and investigated how charismatic megafaunal species such as giant pandas influence biodiversity conservation on a global scale.

I now work in CSIRO's Health and Biosecurity area conducting research into consumer engagement with their health.

Experience

  • –present
    Post-doctoral Research Fellow, CSIRO

Education

  • 2017 
    University of South Australia, PhD, Psychology