Researcher biography

Elizabeth is a postdoctoral research assistant based at University College London, working in Professor Georgina Mace’s lab. She is currently working on a joint project with The University of Queensland and the World Pheasant Association studying geographic range change over the past 200 years in the avian order Galliformes, quantifying the spatial patterns of change and investigating ecological and life history correlates of range change. Her research interests encompass spatial ecology, extinction risk, citizen science and captive breeding, her PhD focusing on the effects of inbreeding depression and purging on zoo populations.