Postdoctoral researcher

Talitha Bromwich


I have a diverse science background in biodiversity conservation, physics, and bioinformatics, a love of green spaces, and a keen interest in animal and environmental ethics. My conservation research areas of interest include rewilding and nature-based solutions through work with Rewilding Britain and Rewilding Sussex, biodiversity monitoring techniques and remote sensing technologies for habitat mapping, and how to quantify and mitigate biodiversity impacts to work towards net gains in biodiversity for a nature positive future.

Research Interests

Biodiversity net gain, environmental and biodiversity footprints, and remote sensing technologies for identifying restoration opportunities; most recently using LiDAR to map over-road tree canopy connectivity to support pine marten reintroduction projects.

Current Research

I work on the nature-positive tools needed to measure biodiversity footprints and plot a path towards worldwide ecological recovery. This involves collaborating with organisations to quantify their environmental and biodiversity impacts and identify how these could be mitigated through institutional change and conservation action.

Brief CV

2022-current – Nature Positive Research Lead – Wild Business

2022-2023 – Freelance Researcher – Rewilding Britain

2011-2022 – MSc Global Biodiversity Conservation – University of Sussex

2018-2011 – Research Fellow in Human Population Genetics – University of Edinburgh

2014-2018 – PhD Particle Physics – University of Oxford

2010-2014 – MPhys Physics – University of Sussex