I have taught for five years on an MSc course in Animal Behaviour at the University of Amsterdam and I am currently module leader for four modules for the MSc in Primate Conservation (Department of Social Sciences) and the MSc in International Conservation (Department of Biological and Medical Sciences).
P10203 International Legislation, Humans and Wildlife
P20101 Primate Diversity and Conservation
P20104 Population Genetics and Management
P20107 Final project
My research programme focuses on assessing the impact of human-induced disturbances (logging, fire, fragmentation, wildlife trade) on vertebrates, with primates as one of the model groups. I am furthermore interested in biogeography, hotspot analysis and conservation area selection, and phylogeny and DNA-barcoding.
- PhD – Primate Conservation, University of Amsterdam
- MSc – Behavioural Ecology, Manchester Metropolitan University
- MSc – Ecology, Evolutionary and Environmental Biology, University of Amsterdam
- BSc – Biology, University of Amsterdam