Welcome to the Cool Mammals Lab.
I am an eco-physiologist mainly working on energetics and thermoregulation of mammals. Since August 2018 I am holding a position as Lecturer in Mammalian Physiology at Liverpool John Moores University in the UK.
I am generally interested in various research questions related to eco-physiology of mammals, in particular thermoregulation and energy expenditure. This includes (but is not limited to) energy saving adaptations such as torpor use, heat production mechanisms such as nonshivering thermogenesis in brown adipose tissue or muscle, or individual differences in physiological and behavioural traits that influence survival.
If you are interested in doing a project with me, contact me! You can find a list of past and current research projects (MSc and above) here.