Join date: Feb 3, 2021

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I am currently the Head of Biology and Wildlife at the University of Salford in the UK, where I teach on a range of courses in wildlife conservation.

My membership in this group stems from a collaboration with Nikki Glover, on the use of detection dogs for the conservation management of great crested newts.

My main research interests generally revolve around the ecology, evolution, behaviour and conservation of amphibians, and I have been involved in studies on wild populations from Europe, Central & South America, Africa and Asia. I am also collaboratively involved in population biological studies on other vertebrates, such as for example Pacific eels or Mesoamerican crocodiles.