I am a community ecologist and biogeographer. My research focuses on community assembly of island faunas, biodiversity change after habitat fragmentation, and wildlife monitoring using camera traps, with broad interests in island biogeography, community ecology, conservation biology and ornithology.
I am a Postdoctoral Fellow working with Professor Marc Cadotte at the University of Toronto, and Professor Ping Ding at Zhejiang University. Between 2012 and 2013, I was a visiting student in Professor Stuart Pimm’s lab at Duke University. Click my CV for more details.