Lauren Moore is a PhD researcher studying road ecology at Nottingham Trent University. Her research is part-funded by the People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES). For her thesis, Moore is studying the impacts of roads on mammalian demography, specifically on the viability of hedgehog populations in Europe. Prior to this, she undertook a Masters degree at the University of Oxford in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management. During this time, she studied the impacts of habitat change on a range of biodiversity in Madagascar, namely birds and small mammals.
Moore's research experience extends to the population dynamics and phylogeography of small and medium mammals, including the American mink (Neovison vison) and the greater white-toothed shrew (Crocidura russula). She has previously worked as a research assistant in Brazilian Atlantic rainforest and as an ecological consultant in the UK.
Moore's research interests include the applied scientific fields of conservation biology and road ecology, as well as the population ecology of mammals. She is particularly interested in habitat fragmentation and the methods to alleviate the impacts for wildlife.