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Department of Zoology



Having originally trained in biological and ecological sciences, I returned to academia in 2017 to study Conservation Science at Imperial College London. In 2019, I started a PhD with the Conservation Science Group looking at the measurement of costs and cost-effectiveness in conservation. Between these periods of study, I have worked as an environmental consultant - most recently as a researcher/consultant for The Biodiversity Consultancy based in Cambridge, UK.


My research aims to help enhance the cost-effectiveness of wildlife conservation practice. I am interested in how conservation outcomes and costs are measured, and how evaluation and decision-making tools from other sectors can be applied to identify those solutions that represent the best use of limited conservation funds.

I maintain a keen interest in the role the private sector can play in nature conservation, and the different strategies and techniques that can be employed to monitor and address biodiversity impacts.

Graduate Student

Contact Details

Room 3.01 David Attenborough Building