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Biography

I am an ecologist with a particular interest in insect pollinators. My research focuses on understanding how anthropogenic activities affect biodiversity, ecological communities and ecosystem services. My research interests encompass a range of landscapes including urban, agricultural and natural ecosystems in both tropical and temperate environments.

I am also a knowledge exchange practitioner and during my postdoc and NERC Knowledge Exchange Fellowship I developed links with policymakers, practitioners and other non-academic stakeholders to increase the impact of my research by incorporating recommendations based on scientific evidence into policy and practice.

My current research projects include community-level studies of plant-pollinator interactions in urban landscapes in the UK and sub-Saharan Africa, as well as in savannah habitats in Kenya.

For further information on my research and publication please see my profiles on Google Scholar or Twitter.

Education/Academic qualification

Education, PGCert, Northumbria University

Jan 2020Sep 2021

Ecology, PhD, University of Edinburgh

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