Master Theses Supervision (26)

26 Master students supervised 

(11 were awarded project distinctions and 12 won positions and started their PhDs)


Nadine being awarded the 1st Outstanding Student Award for Indonesia in 2013.

CURRENT

26. Molinero, C. MRes Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Energy metabolism drivers of rodent space use behaviour. 

25. Cardoso, MI. MRes. Biotic drivers of tick prevalence and abundance in Iberian ecosystems. Aveiro University.


COMPLETED

24. Keane, S. (A*) 2019. MSc in Ecological Applications. Imperial College London. The roles of intrinsic and extrinsic factors in determining the Ixodes tick larval burden of Wood Mice (Apodemus sylvaticus) in a UK woodland ecosystem

23. Stewart, PS. (A*) 2019. MRes in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation. Imperial College London. Individual-Level Factors Influence Spatial Responses to Predation Risk in Wood Mice.

22. Tuñas, A. 2016-2017. MRes. Imperial College London. Effects of genetic variation on life-history traits in natural and reintroduced populations of mammals. 

21. Sugianto, Nadine. 2014-2015. MRes. University of Oxford. Reproductive Endocrinology of The European Badger (Meles meles): Effects on Reproduction, Behavior, and Survival (Co-supervisors Prof. David MacDonald and Dr. Christina Buesching). 

20. Allen, B(A*) MRes. Ecol.Evol.Cons. 2014-2015. Associations within a mixed-species rodent community social network. (Co-supervisor: Dr. Sarah Knowles).

19. Barker, R. MSc. 2012. The effects of interspecific competition on Apodemus sylvaticus.

18. McLoughlin, S. (A*) MSc. Ecological Applications. 2012. Personality trait effects on wood mice daily activity patterns.

17. Moorehouse-Gann, RM. (A*) MSc. 2012. Influence of invertebrate food resources in space use patterns and reproductive success: an experimental approach.

16. Dreben, S. (A*) MSc. 2012. At what scale do microhabitat structures influence mouse space use behaviour? (Co-supervisor Prof. Tim Coulson)

15. Sandbach, L. MRes. Metabolic rate effects on rodent over-wintering survival.

14. Hicks, O. (A*) MRes. 2012. Phenotypic, ecological and environmental determinants of social interactions and its effects on wood mice over-winter survival.

13. Brouard, M. MRes. 2012. Seed predation and dispersal behaviour in Apodemus sylvaticus

12. Knipe, K. MSc. 2011. Comparison of field methods for detecting hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus) (Co-supervisor Dr. Philip Baker, Reading University).

11. Goh, M. MSc. (A*)  Conservation Science. 2011. Developing an automated acoustic monitoring system to estimate abundance of Cory's Shearwaters in the Azores (Co-supervised with John Fa, Dr. Marcus Rowcliffe, ZSL).

10. Ginnaw, S. MSc. 2011. Habitat selection by the Slowworm (Anguis fragilis) on broadleaf woodlands.

9. Oxley, A. MSc. (A*)  Environmental Technology. 2011. Assessing the impact of forest edges and matrix types on the composition of small mammals in the Interior Atlantic Forest of Paraguay.(Co-supervisor: Luke Ward, ParaLaTierra).

8. Powell, T. Ecol.Evol.Cons. Spatial home-range determinants on a wood mouse population during winter. (Co-supervisor Prof. Tim Coulson)

7. Kingcome, G. MRes. 2010-2011. Spatio-temporal seed crop variation effects on mouse space use and activity patterns.

6. McCandless, S-J. MSc. Ecol.Evol.Cons. 2010. Determinants of female reproduction in the wood mouse, Apodemus sylvaticus.

5. Wevill, C. MSc. Ecol.Evol.Cons. 2010. An integrated approach to identify individual determinants of space use.

4. Grange, Z. (A*) MSc. Ecol.Evol.Cons. 2009. Determinants of parasite prevalence and intensity in Apodemus sylvaticus.

3. Taylor, A. MSc. Cons.Forest. 2009. The influence of invasive species upon natural communities.

2. Prebble, C. MSc.Ecol.Evol.Cons. 2009. Behavioural responses of Apodemus sylvaticus to direct and indirect predator cues. (Co-supervisor, Prof. Tim Coulson)

1. Godsall, B. (A*) MRes. Ecol.Evol.Cons 2009. The influence of predation risk and food abundance on space use by Apodemus sylvaticus 

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