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I am a Research Fellow in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University.
My areas of research interest covers topics in ecology, biogeography, phenology and conservation biology, mostly using comparative methods and statistical modeling, and often using phylogenetic information. I’m also interested in analytical aspects of biology particularly biostatistics using R and ArcGIS.
I combine fieldwork, laboratory, molecular and analytical aspects in my research.
Enjoy your moments here with me on the site and be sure to come back often for updates and other pertinent information on my research.
Charles-Dominique, T., Davies, T.J., Hempson, G.P., Bezeng, S.B., Daru, B.H., Kabongo, R.M., Maurin, O., Muasya, A.M., van der Bank, M. & Bond, W.J. (2016) Spiny plants, mammal browsers and the origin of African savannas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 113: E5572–E5579. The full journal article can be found here