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Research interests

My research aims to identify and mitigate health threats and potential risks to wildlife (especially birds), humans, and the wider environment through the use of eco-epidemiological methods and risk analysis.  


My main research strands include:  

a) analyzing the risks of veterinary pharmaceuticals to avian scavengers;

b) studying antimicrobial resistance dynamics in wildlife and the natural environment;

c) surveillance of infectious diseases in wild birds.

I teach and supervise research projects in the MSc Global Wildlife Health and Conservation | Study at Bristol | University of Bristol 


  • Wildlife
  • Epidemiology
  • One Health
  • AMR
  • Veterinary
  • Risk analysis
  • Zoonoses
  • Diseases
  • Avian Medicine
  • Birds


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