Please join us in welcoming Dr. Emily Nicholson – Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Ecology.
Emily is a conservation scientist who uses quantitative methods from ecology, economics and decision science to support robust and effective environmental management.
Her main research themes are conservation planning, forecasting change in biodiversity through scenario modelling, and biodiversity policy at global and local scales, including ecosystem risk assessment.
She completed her PhD at the University of Queensland in 2006, and held postdoctoral positions at Princeton University (2006-2007) and Imperial College London as a Marie Curie Fellow (2007-2012), and the University of Melbourne as a Centenary Research Fellow (2012-2015).
More information about her work is also available at Emily’s website.