I am a postgraduate researcher in the Preziosi lab. My research project focusses on the genetics of endangered African herbivores and the impact of an integrated approach on conservation of several species, and the impact of conservation measures on local communities. My research interests more broadly span from conservation genetics to the influence of welfare on conservation outcomes.
I completed my Master's degree in Zoo Conservation Biology at Manchester Metropolitan in 2018, with my Master's research project investigating the impact of visitor number and noise on the welfare of three captive ape species. In 2017 I graduated from the University of Birmingham with BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences with Study in Continental Europe, during which I spent a year at Freie Universität Berlin.