I have worked in a range of disciplines including species coexistence, invasion ecology, feeding ecology, and, more recently, population biology. More specifically, my current work is concerned with population dynamics of populations at small sizes that are susceptible to Allee effects or positive density dependence.
In 2006 I completed my MSc by Research under the supervision of Prof. David Macdonald at the WildCRU. It was broadly concerned with coexistence between an endemic Galápagos rat (Nesoryzomys swarthi) and a well-known invasive rat (Rattus rattus).
I am now a PhD student studying Allee effects (or positive density dependence) and extinction risks in populations at small population sizes under the supervision of Franck Courchamp at Ecologie, Systématique et Ecologie, Université Paris Sud XI.