My research is focused on cost-effective resource allocation and decision-making processes for monitoring and management of threats to biodiversity. I undertook my PhD with the Environmental Decisions Group at the University of Queensland, where I am now a postdoctoral fellow. I integrate disciplinary perspectives (economic, social, political and environmental) to evaluate approaches for prioritising conservation investments in multiple stakeholder landscapes. I explore novel ways of analysing data, and develop frameworks and tools for prioritising investment for conservation of threatened species and ecosystems. I have a particular interest in invasive predators, network theory, migratory species and transboundary conservation.