Dr Mohammad Farhadinia

Research Interests

I am currently a Research Fellow within Oxford Martin School and the Department of Biology at the University of Oxford. My research focuses on analytical methods to improve understanding of wider factors affecting biodiversity conservation (largely of megafauna) in west and central Asia considering environmental resources and cross-border conservation, with the goal of leveraging biodiversity conservation in this region of the world. I completed my DPhil in Zoology from University of Oxford in December 2017.