ESR02: James Campbell
We’re happy to greet James Campbell welcome to the RIBES European Training Network. Last week, he joined the RIBES European Training Network as one of our early stage researchers (ESR).
James Campbell will be hosted by IGB - Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries in Germany and his work will focus around quantification of light pollution as a fish migration barrier. He will be supervised by Franz Hölker and Alexander Sukhodolov. As part of his project, he will persue a PhD in Biology at Freie Universität Berlin.
James Campbell has a master’s degree in Ecology and Evolution from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He has also worked on effects of anthropogenic noise on fish behavior at Leiden University, the Netherlands as well as with bird research at the University of Alberta, Canada.
Read more about his upcoming research here: https://www.msca-ribes.eu/research/wp1/esr02