Bio and current research
I graduated from Queen Mary, University of London in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Zoology, having focused on animal behaviour in my final year.
Between my Bachelor and Master’s degrees, I worked in an animal sanctuary in Florida, which included performing manual tasks as well as regularly keeping track of individuals’ behaviours and physical conditions.
In 2020, I started my Master’s degree in Ethology at Stockholm University, and am currently undertaking a research project within the Insect Sensory Ecology and Cognition lab in the Department of Zoology.
I am largely interested in social behaviours, and am presently working on understanding how social group size affects bumblebee learning behaviour as well as aspects of their morphology.