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
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)