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Ms Ella Browning
Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research
Medawar Building (2nd florr)
UCL Department of Genetics Evolution & Environment
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  • Research Fellow
  • Genetics, Evolution & Environment
  • Div of Biosciences
  • Faculty of Life Sciences
  • Post Graduate Teaching Assistant
  • Div of Biosciences
  • Faculty of Life Sciences
Post-doc (current) - Mosquito population monitoring for Early Warning system and rapid health Authority Response (MEWAR). UKRI funded.

Research Scientist (Oct 21 - present) - Bat Conservation Trust 

Post-doc (Oct 21 - Jan 22) - Valuing the benefits of species recoveries. Defra funded. 

PhD - Improving the understanding of bat population trends in Great Britain. London NERC DTP. Based at the Centre for Biodiversirty and Environment Research, UCL & the Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London. 

Research Themes
Research Summary
As an ecologist and zologist, my research centres on understanding the impact of anthropogenic environmental change on biodiversity to identify measures to reverse global biodiversity declines. To address this, I focus on improving and utilising cutting-edge methods for biodiversity data collection and the modelling of biodiversity data using spatial-temporal methods. I am especially interested in passive acoustic monitoring methods for large-scale monitoring of species and entire habitats or landscapes.

Much of my previous work has focussed on bats and using passive acoustics to monitor their actvity, populations, and behaviour at national scales. I also utilise citizen science data, and am interested in developing the data collection and modelling methods for such projects. 

Currently, I am a post-doc on the UKRI MEWAR project. My role on the project is to develop spatio-temporal models, integrating mosquito surveillance data, sanitation, socio-economic, habitat, meteorological, and climate data to predict disease outbreak risk and improve rapid health authority response. 

I am also a Research Scientist at the Bat Conservation Trust where I am working to develop methods and systems for national scale passive acoustic monitoring for citizen science bat, and broader biodiversity, survey schemes.

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