"Bound together by ties of everyday living" M. Mead

I am an ecologist with special interest in species interactions. My research is focused on understanding why species interaction patterns change across space and time, and how does this affect ecosystem functioning and services. I am also interested in using interaction networks as tools for unravelling the mechanisms behind community composition and diversity patterns.

I am currently a post-doctoral fellow in Jason Tylianakis' lab at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.