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Senior Research Scientist, Canadian Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation, Carleton University

I'm a research scientist with the Canadian Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation at Carleton University. My research focuses on understanding the circumstances in which anthropogenic impacts (e.g., roads, dams) affect wildlife populations. I’m particularly interested in determining which species or species groups are most vulnerable to human impacts, and determining ways to mitigate negative effects. My research has focused on two main themes: (1) using evidence synthesis to inform management decisions, and (2) the impacts of roads on wildlife populations.


  • –present
    Senior Research Scientist, Carleton University


  • 2012 
    Carleton University, PhD