Population Modeller, British Antarctic Survey;
Cambridge, England, United Kingdom (originally from France)
Deborah is a passionate scientist (PhD) with 7 years’ experience in demography, population dynamics and evolutionary ecology. Her main study species have been albatrosses in sub-Antarctic islands so far, but her mathematical models are adaptable to an array of plants and animals. She is specialised in disentangling the respective effects of human impact (fisheries) and climate change in endangered species juggling with extensive datasets to advise conservation agencies. She successfully combines a promising academic profile with enthusiastic science communication to convert as many people as possible to a more sustainable way of living.