The research at BH Lab focuses on an array of topics related to ecology, applied research and conservation. Scientific research which could influence policy making and aid conservation on ground is a central challenge to wildlife science. We try to achieve a balance between fundamental science and applied science in the various topics we study.
We are particularly interested in community ecology, movement ecology and behavioural ecology. Our research is conducted both in the laboratory and the field, and is characterized by a highly quantitative approach.
The research in our lab relates to a wide range of areas of scientific inquiry including behavior, ecology, genetics, geospatial modelling, impact assessment studies and conservation biology. Consequently, members of our lab have come from diverse backgrounds including behavioral ecology, applied statistics, geospatial sciences, environmental sciences, molecular biology, and biotechnology. In addition we often host visiting graduate students and research fellows from across the globe.