Department of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, Forestry and Technology
As a researcher, my focus is on investigating the impact of environmental factors on fish populations and the ways in which human activities can affect these relationships. Through my research, I aim to better understand the negative impact of humans on the environment and fish populations, and to use this knowledge to inform the development of conservation strategies.
My approach to research includes both laboratory studies and computer-based data analysis. With a background in biology, I have gained experience in various areas including gene extraction, genetic data analysis, phylogenetic tree construction, and protein prediction.
I have a passion for understanding the natural world and am committed to staying up-to-date with the latest research and techniques in my field. I am always looking for opportunities to learn and collaborate with others.