Dr Greg Rasmussen

Painted Hunting Dog Research Project (PHDRP), Hwange, Zimbabwe Painted Hunting Dogs also known as Wild Dogs are facing extinction with there probably being no more than 3000 left on the continent. There are in fact less dogs left in Africa than rhino which is a sobering thought to say the least. There are only four […]

Dr Zeke Davidson

I obtained a BSc. In Zoology and Entomology in 1994 from Rhodes University, South Africa. My final year undergraduate research involved a geographic discriminant analysis of honey bee populations (Apis mellifera sp.) of south-western Africa using chromatographic analysis of mandibular and sting pheromones. I then obtained an Honours degree in Marine Biology in 1995. My […]

Dr Marion Valeix

I am a wildlife biologist and I completed my D.Phil. at the University of Paris 6 in 2006. After several years as a WildCRU post-doctorate, I now hold a permanent researcher position at the French CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) – Laboratory of Biometry and Evolutionary Biology (LBBE). The core of my research […]

Dr Ewan Macdonald

Chester Zoo Conservation Fellow in Conservation Marketing WildCRU, Saïd Business School I am a conservation biologist with broad, interdisciplinary interests that range from spatial conservation prioritisation for the Sunda clouded leopard in Borneo, through conservation ethics to the impact of socio-political and economic factors on the likelihood of conservation success.  I have long held an […]

Dr Nic Elliot

In 2007 I conducted an MSc in Wildlife Management at the University of Reading. My thesis focused on differing survey methods for large carnivores and was carried out under Hwange Lion Research in Zimbabwe. Upon completion of the MSc I returned to Hwange as a volunteer field assistant on the same project and developed ideas […]

Dr Byron du Preez

Beit Scholar I read for a B.Sc. Degree majoring in Zoology and Ichthyology at Rhodes University, South Africa, followed by an Honours Degree in African Vertebrate Biodiversity. I went on to catch crocodiles in Mozambique for a year and a half before being offered the opportunity to volunteer on WildCRU’s Hwange Big Cat Project in […]

Dr Andrew Loveridge

Kaplan Research Fellow Lady Margaret Hall I’m a wildlife biologist and the Kaplan Research Fellow at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University. I completed my D.Phil. at Oxford University in 1999, and have been a member of the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit since 1994. I spent the last ten years running a research and conservation project […]

Students and Alumni

Oxford Diploma Conservation Network for alumni and current students The Oxford Diploma Conservation Network (ODCN) is made up of a unique group of individuals who are current students or alumni of the Recanati-Kaplan Centre Postgraduate Diploma in International Wildlife Conservation Practice and can keep in touch with each other at our Groupsite forum. This website provides these exceptional […]

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