- BSc, MA, DPhil
- ERC Research Associate, EUROEVOL Project
- Zooarchaeology - livestock intensification and the ecology of early herding regions, human-animal interactions in prehistory, geometric morphometric methods in archaeozoology
- Palaeoecology - the contribution of livestock pastoralism to Holocene climate change.
- Later prehistory of the Sahara-Sahel borderlands
- Database management
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- Cultural Evolution of Neolithic Europe (EUROEVOL)
- Lower Tilemsi Valley Project
- Making a Good Impression: 5000 years of pottery from the Sahara Sahel Borderlands
- Merowe Dam Archaeological Project
- Origins and Spread of Stock-Keeping in the Near East and Europe
- International Research Network ' Making a Good Impression. 5000 Years of Pottery from the Sahara Sahel borderlands' with Dr Anne Haour (University of East Anglia). The resultant publication has been nominated for the International Tribal Art book award, sponsored by Sotheby's and Tribal Art Magazine.
- British Museum - Meroe Dam Rescue Project 2004 - present. Zooarchaeologist
- The Dia archaeological project, Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, Leiden and the Université du Mali 2002-2003- Zooarchaeologist
- 2005-8: DPhil, University of Oxford
Thesis title: Mobility, Climate Change and Cultural Development. A revised view from the Lower Tilemsi Valley, northeastern Mali
- 2002-3: MA Archaeology University
Thesis title: Analysis of the animal remains from Dia Shoma and Dia Mara (c. 800BC – 900AD) with notes on issues of sampling bias.
- 1999–2002: BSc Archaeology University College London
Dissertation: Analysis of the mammalian, avian, reptilian, and fish remains from Dia Shoma (Mali). A model for symbiotic economies in West Africa’s oldest known city.