‘I initially chose the MSc at Bristol as I wanted practical training in wildlife health and this course stood out to me. During my Masters however, I discovered that I really enjoyed the research side. I want to be part of the answer and provide useful research to inform wildlife conservation management on a larger scale.
I’ve just started a PhD at the University of Southampton where I’m researching hunting patterns in Belize. I managed to publish my thesis, supported by my excellent supervisor, which has really helped me to stand out from the crowd and secure this next opportunity.
My MSc has shaped my career path and I’m proud that my research will make a difference on an international scale.’
Lydia Katsis, MSc Global Wildlife Health and Conservation
Read about Lydia’s research in Kenya and how this is informing conservation strategy.