Senior Lecturer in Comparative and Environmental Physiology, University of Roehampton

My body of publications in the main covers four topics, all of which primarily concern vertebrate environmental physiology and energetics: the respiratory physiology, energetics and behaviour of ducks and cormorants; the relationships between the behaviour, ecology and energetics of wild diving king penguins; comparative analysis of diving and pedestrian locomotion across species, and the development of the 'accelerometry technique' as a method for quantifying behaviour and energy expenditure in terrestrial and aquatic animals. In the past I have also written occasional papers on subjects outside of this field such as on facial asymmetry perception and the high noise to signal ratios of football matches.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer in Comparative and Environmental Physiology, University of Roehampton