I finished my MSc at the Quantitative & Applied Ecology Group in the School of Biosciences, at the University of Melbourne, Australia in December 2015. I investigated the use of camera traps in fox population monitoring for malleefowl conservation and was supervised by Cindy E. Hauser, José J. Lahoz-Monfort, and Libby Rumpff. Currently, I’m writing a paper about the research I conducted during my degree.
Before doing my master’s degree, I completed a Bachelor of Science in biology at Utrecht University (in the Netherlands) where I did coursework and research on peatland ecology in the Ecology and Biodiversity Group. Also, I was an exchange student for a little while at Griffith University (Gold Coast, Australia).