Senior Lecturer (Swansea University).
Sociality, Heterogeneity, Organisation and Leadership
 
  
PhD student (Royal Veterinary College, London). Co-supervised by Andrew Spence (Temple University) and Andrea Manica (Cambridge).
Collective behaviour and social dynamics of fish shoals
 
PhD student (Swansea University). Co-supervised by Dan Forman (Swansea University). In collaboration with Alex Piel and Fiona Stewart (University of Cambridge). Movement and feeding ecology of yellow baboons in Tanzania
 
PhD student (Swansea University). Co-supervised by Emily ShepardAdrian Luckman (Swansea University) and Justin O'Riain (University of Cape Town). Understanding and predicting baboon space use
 
PhD student (Swansea University). Primary supervisor Emily Shepard, and co-supervised by Adrian Luckman (Swansea University). Understanding vulture space use: from fine to regional scales.
 
PhD student (Swansea University). Co-supervised by Carlos Garcia De Leaniz (Swansea University). Conservation and ecology of marine fish in tropical Indo-West Pacific waters.
 
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PhD student (Swansea University). Co-supervised by Rowan Brown (Swansea University). Modelling collective behaviour and hierarchical systems.

Jack O'Sullivan
MRes student (Swansea University). What can accelerometery data tell us about individual differences in baboon behaviour?