|I’m a comparative ecophysiologist. My research is located at the interface of the physiology, sensory ecology and behaviour of vertebrates.
I’m a Lecturer in Animal Behaviour and Physiology at Royal Holloway, University of London.
The common theme of my work focuses on how animals adapt their behaviour and ecology to the challenges of their environment, within the constraints of their own physiological and anatomical limitations. Such questions are particularly important in the light of global environmental change and exploitation of natural resources, in the emerging field of conservation physiology.
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I have 2-3 upcoming PhD projects that will be available shortly, through the NERC London DTP. More details to follow! Any prospective students do get in touch (contact details below). Announcements will be made via the NERC London DTP Twitter and Website, and via my Twitter also (click the bold to go to the relevant websites).
School of Biological Sciences, Bourne Laboratories,
Royal Holloway, University of London,
Egham, Surrey, Tw20 0EX, UK