I am an evolutionary and behavioural ecologist specializing in anti-predator defences including visual warning signals and chemical defences. My expertise includes field and lab-based research using chemical bioassays, behavioural experiments, visual modelling, pattern analysis, and chemical-analytical techniques.
I was invited to give an opening keynote at the fantastic ESEB satellite symposium: Multiple Prey Defences! You can watch my talk here: Chemical defences of aposematic species: disrupting attack with weapons and signals.
On the way to the European Society for Evolutionary Biology annual conference to present my poster.
Journal of Chemical Ecology
We made the cover!
Presenting my work on mimicry in nudibranchs, followed by a talk at the Anti-Predator Colouration Symposium.