As a lecturer in Animal Biology in the Department of Biological Sciences I teach on our undergraduate BSc(Hons) courses in Animal Behaviour, Animal Behaviour and Welfare and Conservation Biology.
The specific modules I teach are:
Exotic Animal Husbandry and Welfare
Domestic Animal Husbandry and Welfare
Adaptations to the Environment
Behaviour Management and Welfare
Stress and Welfare Assessment in Animals
In 2016 I will be Module Leader for a new module Ex Situ Wildlife Conservation
Also in 2016 we hope to be offering a new BSc in Bioveterinary Science which I will have a key role in running.
We have two options available for post-graduate Masters study. Our taught MSc in Wildlife Conservation and a Research Masters (MRes) in Animal Conservation and Behaviour.
I provide research project options for both programmes ranging from desk based work in Chester to 6 months in the field in Costa Rica, Cambodia or Ghana. Further details will be posted here.