I’m a conservation scientist working on Southeast Asian and Australian biodiversity. I use and develop quantitative analytic methods to solve conservation problems, and consult to a range of clients.
My work encompasses a range of species including dolphins, ibises, frogs, possums, and vultures, and covers diverse fields including risk assessment, behaviour, effectiveness evaluation, Bayesian hierarchical modelling, social research, wildlife monitoring and demography, and basic ecology.
I serve on conservation working groups for Mekong dolphins and Cambodian vultures, and am a member of the IUCN/Species Survival Commission Cetacean Specialist Group.
Right now I’m based out of the Quantitative and Applied Ecology Group in the School of BioSciences at the University of Melbourne.
I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.