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Sabeena Jalal

Senior Researcher, Department of Family Practice, University of British Columbia
Sabeena is a medical doctor and researcher working at the University of British Columbia. In her role as a Senior Researcher, she focuses on understanding disparities linked to sex and gender across diverse academic fields. She has written more than 55 articles in scientific journals. Sabeena serves as an academic editor for PLOS One and is part of the editorial board teams for the BMC series and npj Digital Medicine. Previously, Sabeena also secured funding from the prestigious "Stars in Global Health" competition organized by Grand Challenges Canada. When not working, she loves cycling outdoors.

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Saber Fallah

Professor of Safe AI and Autonomy | Director of Connected Autonomous Vehicles Lab at the University of Surrey, University of Surrey
Saber Fallah is Professor of Safe AI and Autonomy at the University of Surrey He is the founder and director of Connected Automated Vehicles Research Lab (CAV-Lab) where, he leads several CAV research activities funded by the UK government (e.g. EPSRC and innovate UK) in collaboration with companies active in this domain. Prof Fallah's research has contributed significantly to the state-of-the-art research in the areas of connected autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems.He is also co-author of a textbook entitled Electric and Hybrid Vehicles: Technologies, modeling and control, (A mechatronics approach) which has been published by John Wiley publishing company in 2014. The book addresses the fundamentals of mechatronic design in hybrid and electric vehicles. Moreover, He is the co-editor of the book of conference proceedings resulted from the organisation of the TAROS 2017 conference published by Springer in 2017.

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Sabina Kubiciel-Lodzińska

Assistant Professor, Opole University of Technology
Doctor of Economics, graduated from the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wrocław (2004). She defended her doctoral thesis at the Faculty of Engineering and Economics of the Wrocław University of Economics (2010). Since 2007, she has been an employee of the Opole University of Technology (Faculty of Economics and Management, Department of Regional Policy). Scholarship holder of the Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation. She completed research internships at Humboldt-Innovation GmbH in Berlin and at the University of Mannheim. It is a member of the National Migration Network. He cooperates with local government institutions, including: with regional development strategies. He is a member of the expert group developing the Regional Program for the Integration of Foreigners in the Opole Voivodeship.

She carried out research projects devoted to migration. In 2010, she conducted research among foreign students studying at universities in the Opole Voivodeship (project financed by the Opole University of Technology). In the years 2012 - 2013, expert and co-author of the report prepared in the project entitled Development of remedial systems facilitating integration as a result of comprehensive research on selected case studies of third-country nationals in the Opole Voivodeship, which was co-financed by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals. In 2014-2015, she participated in an international project financed by European funds entitled Effective transfer of knowledge from science to industry in the Opole Voivodeship , which included, among others: return migrant entrepreneurs. In 2017-2018, she led a research project titled Economic immigrants in the senior care services sector in Poland (case study from the Opole Voivodeship). Methodological challenges , which was financed by the National Science Center. In 2019, she was a co-author of a study carried out for the Marshal's Office of the Opole Voivodeship entitled Entrepreneurship of immigrants as a competitive advantage of the Opole Voivodeship .

In his scientific work, he deals with issues related to the labor market and the changes taking place there, as well as migration processes, in particular immigration to Poland. She is the author (and co-author) of five monographs and dozens of scientific articles.

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Sabina Puspita

Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre Associate Director and IFAR Research Fellow, Monash University
I am currently based at Monash University, Indonesia. My research interests include democratization, political institutions, social movements, and gender politics in Northeast and Southeast Asia. Previously, I was an Arryman Scholar and received my doctoral training in comparative politics (primary subfield) and international relations (secondary subfield) from Northwestern University in the United States. I was also Policy Analyst for addressing sexual violence in schools and higher education institutions at the Indonesian Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology (2020-2021).

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Sabina Abba Omar

Research Officer, Climate System Analysis Group, University of Cape Town
Dr Sabina Abba Omar completed her PhD in Environmental and Geographical Science at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.

Her PhD work focused on understanding the characteristics of cut-off lows, a synoptic system that can bring substantial rainfall to the Western Cape Region of South Africa.

After completing her PhD she took up a postdoctoral position at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy. There her work mainly involved analyzing regional climate model data from the CORDEX initiative and exploring whether the models are able to represent some aspects of the Southern African climate system.

Currently she holds the position of research officer in the Climate System Analysis Group at the University of Cape Town where some of her research involves high resolution regional climate model simulations of cities for heat and health information, impacts of climate change and solar geo-engineering on cut-off lows

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Sabine Baker

Research Fellow, Queensland University of Technology
I am a registered psychologist and Research Fellow at the Queensland University of Technology and at the University of Queensland.

My research centres around improving the development, health and wellbeing of children, and mitigating the impact of early adversity. I use a prevention lens to target risk and protective factors to enhance child and family well-being. My work also considers the economic context in which families raise children and examines structural barriers to positive development and health.

My early research revolved around the development and evaluation of Behavioural Family Interventions, with a focus on digital applications and increasing program reach for priority populations. More recently my research has specifically focussed on improving outcomes for families experiencing food insecurity.

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Sabine Frühstück

Professor of Modern Japanese Cultural Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
Sabine Frühstück is interested in the study of modern and contemporary Japanese culture and its relationship to the world. Her research has engaged several intellectual fields. Her most recent book, Gender and Sexuality in Modern Japan (2022) describes the ever-changing manifestations of sexes, genders, and sexualities from the 1860s to the present day. Playing War: Children and the Paradoxes of Modern Militarism in Japan (2017) is a cultural history of the naturalized connections between childhood and militarism. It analyzes the rules and regularities of war play, from the hills and along the rivers of 19th century rural Japan to the killing fields of 21st century cyberspace. The ethnography, Uneasy Warriors: Gender, Memory and Popular Culture in the Japanese Army (2007) employs gender, memory and popular culture as technologies of engagement with a number of debates that centrally involve the ambivalent status and condition of Japan’s contemporary military. Colonizing Sex: Sexology and Social Control in Modern Japan (2003) is a socio-historical study of the creation, formation, and application of a “science of sex” from the late 19th through the mid-20th century.

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Sabrina Gaertner

I am a researcher in Laboratory Astrochemistry. While the focus of my PhD project was on gas-phase ion-neutral reactions and spectroscopy, I no switched fields to solid state astrochemistry. Currently I am investigating planet forming collisions (using microgravity environments) and the strucutral properties of interstellar water ices (using neutron scattering facilities).

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Sabrina Schneider

Professor, Management, Strategy & Innovation, MCI Management Center Innsbruck
As a professor specializing in strategy and innovation, I bring 20 years of combined experience from both academia and industry. My expertise lies at the crossroads of strategy, technology, and innovation, with a keen focus on the transformative potential of Human-AI-Collaboration. Passionate about impactful research and teaching, I deliver classes on digital work, strategy, and research methods. In my research, I’m passionate about exploring and designing the future of work and business with AI. Based in Innsbruck, Tyrol, I’m dedicated to mentoring a new generation of thinkers who are equipped to navigate the evolving landscape of AI-driven workplaces.As a professor specializing in strategy and innovation, I bring 20 years of combined experience from both academia and industry. My expertise lies at the crossroads of strategy, technology, and innovation, with a keen focus on the transformative potential of Human-AI-Collaboration. Passionate about impactful research and teaching, I deliver classes on digital work, strategy, and research methods. In my research, I’m passionate about exploring and designing the future of work and business with AI. Based in Innsbruck, Tyrol, I’m dedicated to mentoring a new generation of thinkers who are equipped to navigate the evolving landscape of AI-driven workplaces.

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Sacha Pidot

Molecular microbiologist; laboratory head, The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity
Dr Sacha Pidot is a molecular microbiologist and research-teaching academic with interests in identifying and developing new antimicrobials, primarily from Actinomycete bacteria. His PhD piqued his interest in the ways in which bacteria can produce bioactive metabolites, which he followed up with a change in direction to chemical biology under the direction of Professor Christian Hertweck in Germany. Since moving to the Doherty Institute, Sacha has established his own group to continue unearthing new antimicrobials and investigating their biosynthesis.

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Sacha Kendall Jamieson

Lecturer in Social Work and Policy Studies, University of Sydney
Dr Sacha Kendall Jamieson's research investigates social, cultural and ethical aspects of health across diverse contexts with a focus on marginalised populations. She is passionate about promoting qualitative approaches and post-structural analysis to understanding health and addressing health inequity. Her current research investigates the health of incarcerated Aboriginal women and issues for health and social service providers.

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Sadie Boniface

Head of Research at Institute of Alcohol Studies, Visiting Researcher, King's College London
Sadie is Head of Research at Institute of Alcohol Studies, where she leads on the delivery of IAS’ research strategy.

This includes conducting and supervising in-house research, co-ordinating commissioned projects, and managing the IAS Small Grants Scheme.

Sadie is an experienced alcohol researcher who joined IAS in August 2019. Her research interests relate to health inequality, young people, and measuring alcohol consumption.

Before joining IAS, Sadie worked as a research fellow on randomised controlled trials in the addictions field at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at King’s College London.

Sadie completed a PhD in Epidemiology and Public Health at UCL in 2013. She also has a Master’s degree in Health Sciences from Newcastle University and a BSc in Natural Sciences from Durham University.

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Saeed Rahman

Assistant Professor of Strategy and Sustainability, University of The Fraser Valley
Saeed Rahman is Assistant Professor of Strategy and Sustainability in the School of Business, University of the Fraser Valley (UFV), Canada. His current research investigates how business innovations can contribute to food security and biodiversity conservation. He works in collaboration with researchers from UFV’s Food and Agriculture Institute, examining how agri-food businesses can develop sustainable strategies based on critical knowledge about the business-nature interface, and the traditional/Indigenous and scientific knowledge on agricultural practices and ecosystem dynamics. Dr. Rahman’s research has been supported by several prestigious research grants, including the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Fellowship and the Graduate Fellowship from the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions.

Prior to academia, he worked in the development sector for KPMG, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, and World Bank, as well as for multinational company Reckitt Benckiser. Dr. Rahman earned an MBA from the University of Windsor, Canada, and a PhD in strategy and sustainability from the Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria. He can be reached at [email protected]

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Saeid Kermani

Assistant Professor of Marketing, Trent University
Saeid Kermani is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Trent University. His research addresses business and societal issues related to corporate social responsibility, social activism, and ethics.

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Safeera Jaffer

Research Assistant, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University
Safeera Jaffer is completing a Master of Arts in the Education & Society thesis program in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Her research interests include critical pedagogy and teaching practices in university-level classrooms.

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Sagarika Mishra

Associate professor, Deakin University
Dr Sagarika Mishra is an Associate Professor in the Department of the Finance at Deakin Business School. Sagarika completed her PhD in Applied Economics from Western Michigan University in the USA. She has over ten years of experience in research and teaching, with six publications in ABDC A* journals and many more in other reputable journals.

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Sagatom Saha

Research Scholar in Energy Policy, Columbia University
Sagatom Saha is an Adjunct Research Scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA. He is an expert on the geopolitics of the global energy transition and U.S. competitiveness in clean energy technologies. Sagatom previously worked on cleantech competitiveness at the International Trade Administration in the U.S. Department of Commerce and served as a special advisor in the Office of the U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate. In this role, he was chief of staff to Secretary Kerry’s clean energy and innovation team and led on cleantech competitiveness, nuclear energy, industrial decarbonization, Ukraine and Eastern Europe, and India. Sagatom was also a Fulbright researcher in Kyiv, Ukraine, where he advised the Ukrainian Parliament and cabinet ministries on strategies to advance energy reform. Sagatom previously helped direct the Council on Foreign Relations’ Program on Energy Security and Climate Change, managing its geopolitics portfolio.

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Saheed Aderinto

Professor of History and African and African Diaspora Studies, Florida International University
Professor Saheed Aderinto, a filmmaker and the founding president of the Lagos Studies Association, is the author of Animality and Colonial Subjecthood in Africa: The Human and Nonhuman Creatures of Nigeria (Ohio University Press/New African Histories Series, 2022), Guns and Society in Colonial Nigeria: Firearms, Culture, and Public Order (Indiana University Press, 2018), and When Sex Threatened the State: Illicit Sexuality, Nationalism, and Politics in Colonial Nigeria, 1900-1958 (University of Illinois Press, 2015), which won the 2016 Nigerian Studies Association's Book Award Prize for the “most important scholarly book/work on Nigeria published in the English language."

His current book project, Fuji: An African Popular Culture, is under contract with the University of Chicago Press. The first episode of his debut documentary film, The Fuji Documentary, premiered in February 2024.

In 2023, he won the $300,000 Dan David Prize—the largest history prize in the world—in recognition of his “outstanding scholarship that illuminates the past and seeks to anchor public discourse in a deeper understanding of history.”

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Sahen Gupta

Lecturer in Applied Sport & Exercise Psychology, University of Portsmouth
Having joined the School in September 2021 while completing his Doctorate in Sport & Exercise Psychology, Sahen became a Lecturer in Applied Sport & Exercise Psychology in 2022. Sahen is a applied practitioner (British Psychological Society QSEP route) and has worked in developmental-elite sport focusing on mental health adn performance interventions, resilience, psychotherapy and applied research. He brings this blend of practice and research from professional practice into the educational setting.

In addition to his Education and Research activities, Sahen has great practitioner experience across a range of professional sporting contexts, primarily in elite-international cricket and tennis.

Research interests
Sahen's research primarily focuses on the following major themes:

Resilience for Mental health and high performance
Cultural Sport Psychology
Psychotherapy and mental health in sport
Resilience and transferrability across contexts

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Said Kaawach

Lecturer in Economics and Finance, University of Huddersfield

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Saiendhra Moodley

Public Health Medicine Specialist and Senior Lecturer, University of Pretoria
Dr Saiendhra Moodley is a public health medicine specialist and a Senior Lecturer in the Division of
Behaviour and Health Management Sciences, School of Health Systems and Public Health at the
University of Pretoria. He has a broad range of health systems experience and has worked at the
Office of Health Standards Compliance, in the Department of Public Health Medicine at Steve Biko
Academic Hospital/University of Pretoria, and in the Provincial Department of Health in the Western
Cape. He has previously served as Vice-President and President of the Public Health Association of
South Africa, and is the current President of the College of Public Health Medicine (SA). His research
focus areas are public mental health and human resources for health.

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Saija Saarni

Senior research in geology, University of Turku
My research interests are to study 1) climatic and anthropogenic forcing of lake sedimentation and catchment erosion, and 2) sedimentary processes of micro plastic litter in aquatic environments. My current focus is to understand climate-catchment dynamics as well as sediment transportation and accumulation in various geological environments in detail.

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Saioa Legarrea Imizcoz

Investigadora en Entomología Agrícola, Universidad de La Rioja

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Saira Ali

Senior Lecturer in Media, University of Adelaide
Saira Ali has over ten years of experience in the media industry, having worked at the top tiers of publishing with Kitab Pvt Ltd and the Oxford University Press in Pakistan. She started her academic career in 2015 at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC), where she taught in various Public Relations and Social Media courses. She joined the Department of Media at the University of Adelaide in 2019. Her current research focuses on securitization and the media-terrorism nexus.

In 2022 her book Mediatised Terrorism: East-West Narratives of Risk was published in the Routledge Critical Terrorism Studies series. Saira also co-authored, Public Relations & Strategic Communication (2019), for Oxford University Press, Australia. She regularly publishes in high ranking journals such as Global Media and Communication, International Communication Gazette and Media International Australia.

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Sajida Gordon

Researcher in the Clothing Sustainability Research Group, Nottingham Trent University

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Salam Titinchi

Professor, University of the Western Cape
Salam Titinchi is a Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis Research Group Leader at the Department of Chemistry. While his work covers a range of concerns, he has over the past years increasingly focused on the development of nano-materials for environmental applications.

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Saleena Ham

Adjunct Research Fellow, Rural Sociology, University of Southern Queensland
My PhD thesis has been submitted, evaluated and passed but is not yet formally awarded.
I have an undergraduate degree in Agricultural Science, a Masters in International Studies (Peace and Conflict Resolution) and a Diploma in Professional Coaching. I have worked with and in rural communities for several decades as a facilitator, knowledge broker and accredited mediator. Growing up in the far west of NSW, after graduation I worked for rural advocacy organisations, then the Department of Natural Resources and then worked with numerous government, corporate and community organisations as a Queensland consultant.

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Salih Yasun

PhD Candidate, Indiana University
Salih Yasun is a Ph.D. student with a focus on Comparative Politics and Political Methodology. He holds a Master's Degree in Applied Statistics from Indiana University (2019). Salih’s research focuses on local governance, democratization and property rights within the Middle East and North Africa, and his work appeared in Women’s Studies International Forum Journal. He employs both quantitative and qualitative methods in his research, including fieldwork, survey data analysis, interviews, archival and ethnographic dimensions.

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Sally Archibald

Professor of Ecology, University of the Witwatersrand
Sally Archibald works on understanding the dynamics of savanna ecosystems in the context of global change. Her work integrates field ecological data, remote sensing, modelling, and biogeochemistry. She is currently involved in collaborative research projects on grass functional traits, inter-continental savanna comparisons, and the origins of wet-dry seasonality in Africa.
Sally’s research on global fire regimes has highlighted misunderstandings about the role of humans in altering patterns of fire, and has provided new tools for managing fire in conservation areas to promote biodiversity. Insights from her collaborative research into savanna ecosystem functioning is contributing towards better definitions of degradation in tropical ecosystems.
Current research interests include understanding fire, herbivores and droughts as drivers of tropical grasslands, inter-continental savanna comparisons, and the origins of wet-dry seasonality in Africa.

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Sally Bashford-Squires

PhD Candidate in Public Health, Nottingham Trent University
I am a PhD student and part-time lecturer in Public Health at Nottingham Trent University. I taught nursery to secondary pupils for over 25 years and worked as an Assistant Head Teacher of an Infant School for 9 years. I also founded and Chair a charity which operates in rural Uganda which helps to improve the lives of women and girls through education and social enterprise projects. My interests concern gender and global health.

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Sally Ferguson

Sally has spent the last fifteen years investigating the influence of circadian rhythms on human activities. Her particular focus is the interaction between work hours, sleep and wake patterns and what that means for people's safety, health and well-being.

Sally publishes, supervises students and gets out of the office as often as possible

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Sally Friedman

Associate Professor of Political Science, University at Albany, State University of New York
Professor Friedman, who teaches courses in a variety of areas of American politics and methodology, is particularly interested in aspects of political representation and the processes associated with a representative democracy. Thus, her 2007 book Dilemmas of Representation is an effort to highlight the balance of local and national elements that make up the home styles of current members of Congress. While many scholars (rightly) highlight the importance of staying “local” as one goes about the business of “representing” constituents, in the modern era of strong parties, diverse groups and polarizing issues, in-depth case studies document how members of Congress additionally incorporate national elements in their presentations of self to constituents. The work also suggests that in fact the local and national elements of politics may be more connected than much previous literature has emphasized, and the case studies highlight the multi-faceted ways legislators have found to represent constituents.

In several other publications and papers, Professor Friedman has delved into other aspects of representation. Thus, questions she has researched have included: Do social backgrounds—in particular a background in business—impact legislative behavior (see Friedman and Witko—Congress & the Presidency). What factors impact the home styles of Latino representatives (see Friedman in Erikson forthcoming and Friedman, paper presented at the American Political Science Association meetings, 2008). In a partisan era, what factors lead some legislators to cross the aisle to work in a bipartisan manner (see Friedman and Ferradino, paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association, 2008). In her efforts, Professor Friedman enjoys working with a variety of methodological approaches, including both qualitative and quantitative research.

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Sally Havers

Conjoint Nurse Researcher, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, The University of Queensland
Dr Sally Havers is a committed infection control practitioner of more than fifteen years. Dr Havers has extensive experience and post graduate qualifications in the field of infection prevention and control, public health and healthcare management. She has an in-depth understanding of policy implementation in the hospital setting and experience in the management of large-scale, national prevention programs.

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Sally Howell

Professor of History, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Sally Howell is professor of history at the University of Michigan–Dearborn. Her books include Arab Detroit 9/11: Life in the Terror Decade (2011), Old Islam in Detroit: Rediscovering the Muslim American Past (2014), and Hadha Baladuna: Arab American Narratives of Boundary and Belonging (2022). Old Islam in Detroit was named a Michigan Notable Book by the Library of Michigan and given the 2014 Evelyn Shakir Award. Howell is also a curator of public history projects including the Halal Metropolis exhibition series, the Seen Jeem Podcast, and Unsettled Lives: Displaced Iraqis in Metro Detroit.

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Sally Keith

Senior Lecturer, Lancaster University
Using coral reefs as a model system, my team aims to:

(1) figure out if, when, how and why animal behaviour can scale up to influence the diversity ​and distribution of life on Earth,
(2) identify and explain global geographical patterns in animal behaviour,
(3) capture the impact of environmental change on (1)&(2), predict ecological vulnerability into the future, and offer solutions to increase ecosystem resilience.

To achieve these aims, we combine purpose-built fieldwork with a macroecological approach, conducting behavioural research in multiple locations across the world. This broad geographic coverage allows us to identify generalisable "rules" for how animals behave and understand how behaviour is affected by an animal's biotic and abiotic environment in the real-world.

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