I am an interdisciplinary scientist with almost a decade of experience working in conservation research in Indonesia – both as an ecologist and social scientist. My research focuses on the intersection between environmental change and human health, with a specific focus on the contributions of forests and forest-based agriculture towards healthy diets and nutritional status. I have a background in both quantitative and qualitative research and have conducted, designed and managed a broad suite of research in Indonesia. My research has mainly focused on biodiversity surveys in tropical forests, and livelihoods and dietary surveys in forest and palm oil dependant communities.