Postdoctoral Researcher, the Natural History Museum in London
Joe's research interests are interdisciplinary in nature, at the intersect of computational ecology, culturomics, conservation biology, and the effects of climate and biodiversity change on human populations.
Prior to his role at the Natural History Museum, Joe worked at the Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science on the ERC grant CHRONO, using text-mining, Twitter scraping, and temperature data to better understand chronotype disruption.
For his PhD at UCL, Joe researched the causes and consequences of global pollinator biodiversity change, and online metrics of public biodiversity awareness. Joe also previously worked at the UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre developing R Shiny apps for the cleaning of wildlife trade data, and at Springer Nature in manuscript assignment, review, and decisions.