- European Ornithologists’ Union Meeting of Young Ornithologists (27 October 2018, Turin, Italy) “Malaria parasite effects on the circadian physiology of wild birds”
- 5th Annual TetZooCon Meeting (7 October 2018, London, UK) “How Do Birds Tell The Time?
- 48th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Host-Vector Parasite Interactions Symposium (10 September 2018, Vienna, Austria) “Investigating malaria parasite effects on the circadian physiology of wild birds”
- International Ornithological Congress, Avian Clocks & Calendars Symposium (21 August 2018, Vancouver, Canada) “Malaria parasite effects on the circadian physiology of wild birds”
- Pint of Science Festival, Pub Speaker (May 2018, Glasgow, UK) “Biological Clocks of Animals in a 24/7 World”
- Aberystwyth University, Invited Seminar Speaker (30 April 2018, Aberystwyth, UK) “Clocks in the Wild: Biological Rhythms of Birds and the Environment”
- Doctoral Training Partnership Symposium (8 November 2017, Glasgow, UK), “Clocks in the Wild: Biological Rhythms of Birds and the Environment”
- 11th Conference of the European Ornithologists’ Union, Avian Genomics Symposium (19 August 2017, Turku, Finland), “Genes around the clock: Circadian rhythms of clock and immune gene expression in free-living great tits”
Middle of Scotland Science Festival (2017) and Curiosity Live at the Glasgow Science Centre 2018 (I wrote a blog on this here). I also took part as a speaker during the Pint of Science Festival (2018). I am also part of a team running monthly nature-themed sessions for kids age 5-13 at the RSPB Lochwinnoch Explorers. We run activities on a wide range of topics, from slugs and snails to dinosaurs.