ACADEMIC CAREER

Current position 

June 2020-ongoing: Research Fellow, University of the Sunshine Coast, Sippy Downs, Australia. Effects of global change on wildlife microbiome and disease dynamics in Australia. 

Career development 

July 2019–December 2019: Researcher, Novia University of Applied Sciences, Tammisaari, Finland. Movement ecology of Great cormorants in the Baltic Sea: a modeling approach to assess interactions with fisheries. 

April 2016-July 2019: Postdoctoral researcher, Global Change and Conservation group, University of Helsinki: Measuring area-based conservation effectiveness. 

August 2012-November 2015. Postdoctoral researcher, Section of Ecology, University of Turku: Effects of global change on predator-prey interactions in boreal and subarctic ecosystems. 

April 2011-March 2012. Postdoctoral researcher, Community Ecology Team, UMR 1202, Biodiversity, Genes and Communities, France. BIOLIS project: Edge effects and biodiversity in plantation forests. 

February 2010-January 2011. Postdoctoral researcher, Natural Research Projects (UK) and National Wildlife Research Institute (Spain): Raptor population dynamics and conservation. 

January 2007-February 2010. PhD student, National Wildlife Research Institute (IREC), Ciudad Real, Spain: Conservation ecology of the Near-threatened Pallid harrier in Kazakhstan. 

 

Academic qualifications

 

January 2007-February 2010. PhD thesis at the University of Castilla-la-Mancha, Spain. Supervised by Dr. Beatriz Arroyo and Dr. François Mougeot.

 

June 2005. Master in Ecology and Evolution, University of Montpellier 2, France.

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