Past members

Postdocs and researchers

Dr Annabelle Bladon is currently a freelance consultant based in New York. Dr Emily Woodhouse is currently a lecturer in Interdisciplinary Environmental Anthropology/ Human Ecology at UCL Matthew Selinske is currently a PhD student at RMIT University's Interdisciplinary Conservation Science Research Group and is focused on predicting human behaviour in environmental programmes. Julia Blanchard is now a Research Fellow at the University of Tasmania Sarah Martin is a research scientist at the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission Anthony Dancer is a PhD student at University College London Leejiah Dorward is a PhD student at the University of Oxford Finlay Scott is at the Joint Research Centre in Italy Charlie Edwards is working for the New Zealand Seafood Industry Council, Wellington, New Zealand Asma Jabeen is now working as a Lecturer at the Fatima Jinnah Women's College, Pakistan Graham Wallace is now working as Project Leader for the Frankfurt Zoological Society’s CREATE research project in Zambia and Tanzania Nils Bunnefeld has taken up the position of Lecturer in Conservation Science at the University of Sterling Emily Nicholson has moved to a Research Fellowship at the University of Melbourne Adam Phillipson is now working for the Arcus Foundation in Cambridge, UK Navinder Singh: Population Ecology of the Saiga Antelope. Next job: Research Associate in Population Biology with Tim Coulson's Lab, Imperial College. Juliane Struve: Daphne Jackson Fellow. "Spatial Dynamic of Fish Populations" June 2008- September 2010. Next job: Research Assistant Professor in Fisheries Science, University of Florida, Gainsville. Lynn Clayton: Post-Doctoral Research Assistant. "Conservation of the Paguyaman Forest in North Sulawesi, Indonesia". Darwin Initiative. October 1996-September 2003. Next job: Research Fellow, University of Oxford. Doug Crookes: Research Assistant. "The effect of policy tools on hunter incentives". Conservation International Foundation. April 2001-May 2003. Next job: Environmental Consultant, South Africa.

Penny Hancock: PDRA, "Spatial models of the effect of habitat changes on nomadic species in Borneo", Leverhulme Trust. November 2002-October 2005. Moved on to be a Research Fellow at the Centre for Population Biology.

Todd Katzner. National Science Foundation Post-doctoral Fellow. "Modeling conservation strategies for threatened eagles and vultures in the former Soviet Union." August 2003-December 2004. Next job: Director of Conservation and Field Research, The National Aviary, Pittsburgh.

 

PhD students

Benjamin Palmer-Fry is working as a natural history presenter for the BBC Henry Travers is a research associate with ICCS Joe Bull is a Consultant at WildBusiness and a Research Associate at ICCS Tim Davies completed his PhD in 2014 and went on to work as a consultant at MRAG Ltd James McNamara completed his PhD in 2013 and has taken up a CEED Visiting Researcher Fellowship Ana Nuno completed her PhD in 2013 and is currently a Visiting Researcher at the Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, Australia. See www.ananuno.net Alex Tidd completed his PhD in 2013 and is working at Cefas in Suffolk Sarah Papworth completed her PhD in 2012 and is currently a Research Fellow on Poverty and Biodiversity at the National University of Singapore Andrea Wallace completed her PhD in 2012 and is now working with the Frankfurt Zoological Society in Zambia and Tanzania Emily Woodhouse finished her PhD and is now a post-doc in the Anthropology department at UCL, London Jim Roberts finished his PhD in 2012 and is now working as a Stock Assessment Scientist for the New Zealand Seafood Industry Council, Wellington, New Zealand Nick Hill finished his PhD in 2012 and is currently working as a consultant in the Philippines Christina Connolly is now working for the Department for International Development (DFID) as a Technical Advisor on Forestry Eriko Hoshino finished her PhD in 2010 and is now working as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Tasmania. Aidan Keane finished his PhD in 2010 and is now working as a post-doctoral researcher at Bangor University. Matt Sommerville finished his PhD in 2010 and is now working for the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) - United Nations Office Kerry Waylen finished her PhD in 2010 and is now working as a social researcher in natural resource management at the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute (MLURI) in Aberdeen. Venetia Hargreaves-Allen finished her PhD in 2009 and is now working as an independent consultant before starting a post-doc at Duke University. Caroline Howe finished her PhD in 2009 and is now working as a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Geography Cambridge University and as an independent environmental economics consultant. Sophie Allebone-Webb finished her PhD in 2008 and is now working as a Programme Officer for WCS-Cambodia. Ambika Aiyadurai transferred to an MSc in Anthropology, Environment and Development at the Department of Anthropology, UCL. Julie Black: "Many conservation values of the North Pennines", completed 2008. Julie is currently working as a researcher for JNCC. Nils Bunnefeld finished his PhD in 2008 on population dynamics and management of red grouse. He went on to do a postdoc on moose at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Umea, a post-doc in ICCS, and is now a lecturer in conservation science at Sterling University. Shelley Clarke "Quantification of the Trade in Shark Fins" May 2000-May 2003 (Imperial College, WCS). With M. McAllister. Current job: Fisheries Consultant, Japan and Hong Kong. Lauren Coad: "Bushmeat hunting in Gabon: Socio-economics and hunter behaviour", finished 2007 and worked as a Protected Areas Programme Officer, World Conservation Monitoring Centre. She is now working as a postdoc at the University of Oxford. Aline Kühl finished her PhD with us in 2007 on the conservation ecology of saiga antelope, and is now working for UNEP/CMS Secretariat. Noelle Kumpel. "Incentives for sustainable hunting of bushmeat in Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea" Oct 2001-Dec 2005 (NERC/ESRC scholarship). She is now working as the head of the Bushmeat and Forests programme for ZSL. Stephen Ling: "Spatial bioeconomics of subsistence hunting" Oct 2000-Aug 2004 (Imperial College Beit Fellowship). Is now working for the World Bank. Monica Lundervold. "Infectious diseases of saiga antelopes and domestic livestock in Kazakhstan" Oct 1996 - Feb 2000 (BBSRC studentship). Next job: Proctor and Gamble. Delphine Malleret-King. "A food security approach to Marine Protected Area impacts on surrounding fishing communities: the case of Kisite Marine National Park in Kenya" Oct 1997 - Sept 2000 (Warwick Graduate Award). With J. McGlade. Next job: Environmental consultant, Kenya. Eric Morgan. "Parasites of saiga antelopes and domestic livestock in Kazakhstan" Oct 1998 - Apr 2003 (BBSRC Veterinary Training Fellowship). With P. Torgerson (Dublin), G. Medley (Warwick). Next job: Lecturer in Veterinary Parasitology, University of Bristol. Gil Proaktor. "Costs of reproduction in vertebrates: an ecological and evolutionary approach". Next job: Researcher, National Audit Office Janna Rist. "Bushmeat catch per unit effort in space and time: a monitoring tool for bushmeat hunting". Now working for Project Seahorse. Lucy Rist finished her PhD with us on harvested forest resources and sustainable use and has now gone on to a post-doctoral position at ETH Zurich. Sarah Robinson. "Pastoralism and land degradation in Kazakhstan" Oct 1997 - Sept 2000 (Warwick Graduate Award). Next job: Researcher, Aga Khan Foundation. Sonali Senaratna: "The sustainability of livelihood dynamics in a rural coastal community in Sri Lanka" Oct 2001-Apr 2006 (IWMI, British Chevening and Ford Foundation scholarships). Next job: Post-doctoral Researcher, International Water Management Institute.