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TEACHING

Current University teaching

Whilst studying towards my doctorate degree, I teach part-time at UCL:

  • 2018: BIOL0035 Vertebrate Life and Evolution (Undergraduate and Postgraduate) - Teaching Assistant

  • 2018: BIOL0035 Vertebrate Life and Evolution (Undergraduate and Postgraduate) - Lecturer

  • 2017 - Current: Workshop on Bio-Robotics (Year 7 - 13) - Co-organiser and Lecturer

  • 2017: BIOLM018 Vertebrate Life and Evolution (Undergraduate and Postgraduate) - Teaching Assistant

  • 2017: BIOLM018 Vertebrate Life and Evolution (Undergraduate and Postgraduate) - Guest Lecturer

other experience

 

  • 2016 - Current: University of Roehampton Alumnae mentor

  • 2011 - Current: STEMNet Ambassador

supervised students

  • Natasha Mallet (2018 – Present) ‘Investigating the historical distribution patterns of primate trade in China and Hong Kong’, MSc ThesisUniversity College London: UK.

  • Dindding Liu (2018 – Present) ‘Investigating the patterns and drivers of hunting and wildlife trade in China’, MSc Thesis, University College London: UK.

  • Emma Hemmerle (2018 – Present) ‘Social science approaches to investigate human-wildlife conflict’, BSc Thesis, University College London: UK.

  • Junfei Qian (2018) ‘How effective are conservation awareness campaigns on Hainan Island, China?’ MSc Thesis, Imperial College London: UK. Shared advisory role.

  • Csilla Laskai (2018) ‘Impacts of human-animal interactions and human proximity on the behaviour of wild Coquerel's Sifaka (Propithecus coquereli) in and around Mahamavo, North West Madagascar', MSc Thesis, Nottingham Trent University, Operation Wallacea: UK and Madagascar.

  • Marta Corral (2018) ‘The influence of human presence on faecal glucocorticoid levels, parasite burden and the behaviour of different populations of wild Coquerel’s sifaka (Propithecus coquereli) in Mahamavo, Northwest Madagascar', MSc Thesis, Nottingham Trent University, Operation Wallacea: UK and Madagascar.

  • Isobel Grant (2018) ‘Does the behaviour of Sifaka lemurs towards humans differ according to the presence or absence of offspring?', BSc Dissertation, University of Southampton and Operation Wallacea: UK and Madagascar.

  • Holly Gough (2018) ‘The impact of human-animal-interaction on the social interaction behaviours between Coquerel’s sifaka (Propithecus coquereli) in Mahamavo, Northwest Madagascar', BSc Dissertation, University of Nottingham and Operation Wallacea: UK and Madagascar.

  • Sophie Kirklin (2015-2016) ‘Mother-Infant interactions and development of the dependent offspring of Bornean Orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus)’, MSc Thesis, University College London: UK.

  • Amanda Hoepfner (2014-2016) 'Ecological and social influences on orangutan long call behavior and acoustic variation', PhD Thesis, University of Utah: USA.