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My research focuses on the conservation of threatened species. This includes developing methods to leverage sparse demographic data to guide more effective conservation decisions. For example, I am interested in exploring how data from captive populations can fill knowledge gaps for threatened species to support in-situ and ex-situ management. I also work on topics such as the international wildlife trade, conservation planning and decision making, and comparative evolutionary demography.

 

Education/Academic qualification

Conservation Demography, PhD, University of Southern Denmark

Award Date: 1. Dec 2018

Neurobiology and Behavior, M.Sc., Free University of Berlin

Award Date: 1. Aug 2011

Research areas

  • Endangered Species

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