To date I have co-supervised two UCL MRes Biodiversity, Evolution and Conservation students. I have been a Post Graduate Research Assistant at UCL throughout my PhD teaching on a number of Masters and undergraduate modules. I have also organised and assisted in a number of workshops.


BIOLM008 – Species Conservation and Biodiversity

During this undergraduate module I assisted with computer labs and teaching species distribution modelling using ArcGIS and MaxEnt and marked their end of term reports.

BIOSG008 – Analytical Tools in Biodiversity, Evolutionary & Conservation Research

Teaching on this Masters module involved assisting with computer labs and teaching species distribution modelling using R, QGIS, ArcGIS and MaxEnt.

BIOL1008 – Methods in Ecology and Evolution

This course involved running computer labs for a group of 10 students. The work involved teaching R, ecological and evolutionary theory and the mathematics involved in analysing data as well as assisting struggling students 1-1. I also ran quizzes and marked end of term reports.

BIOL1002 – Quantitative Biology

I was tutor on the first year Quantitative Biology Course, most of which centered around statistics. This involved marking work and going through the answers with a small group of students each week.


Communicating your Science

I organised and ran a workshop on communicating your science through social and traditional media in conjunction with the British Ecological Society.

Engaging with Parliament

I assisted in running this one day BES-ZSL organised workshop