James Kelleher (he/him)

James Kelleher (he/him)

PhD student

University of Melbourne

James Kelleher is a PhD student studying the performance of correlative and mechanistic species distribution models using simulated testing systems. He is also interested in conservation technology and remote sensing, particularly for non-invasive wildlife monitoring and efficient data collection. James has previously worked on projects involving bat-mosquito interactions, sound pollution in national parks, and crustacean signaling pathways.

Interests
  • Species Distribution Modelling
  • Conservation Technology
  • Remote Sensing
  • Bioacoustics