Alfredo Romero-Muñoz

Alfredo Romero-Muñoz

Postdoctoral scientist

I am a conservation scientist focused on assessing how different human activities affect biodiversity, and what actions could be effective at reducing threats.

I collaborate with other conseration biologists, wildlife ecologists, social scientists and land use scientists to assess human-biodiversity interactions across large areas but with a high resolution, that could be useful to inform management strategies. I mainly focus on agricultural frontiers of South America, where human impact is the greatest for biodiversity.

I am also involved in teaching courses related to conservation, biogeography and field methods in our bacherlor’s and Masters’ programs.
+49 (0) 30 2093 6806
Rudower Chaussee 16, 12489 Berlin
Room 2'231

Research interests
  • Conservation Science
  • Threats to biodiversity
  • Land use and biodiversity relationships
  • Socio-ecological systems
Research Path and Education
  • PhD in Geography, 2020

    Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany)

  • MPhil in Conservation Leadership, 2013

    Department of Geography, University of Cambridge (UK)

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Wildlife Conservation, 2009

    University of Oxford (UK)

  • BSc. in Biology, 2007

    Saint Simon University, Cochabamba (Bolivia)

Latest papers with the Conservation Biogeography Lab