I'm a fish ecophysiologist and conservation biologist. I am currently a Villum International Postdoc at the University of California Santa Barbara, the University of British Columbia, and the Technical University of Denmark.
I am generally interested in the factors that affect
behaviour and fitness in aquatic animals, as well as
how they cope with stressors (natural and anthropogenic).
In particular, I link behavioural data obtained from the wild using telemetry to physiological metrics, to understand the drivers of behaviour, survival, and life history strategies more generally.
I hold a Honours B.Sc. in Biology from the University of Ottawa (Canada), a M.Sc. in Biology from Carleton University (Canada), and a Ph.D from the Technical University of Denmark (Denmark).