120 Russell Labs
1630 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53726
2021: PhD, Wildlife Conservation and Utilization, Northeast Forestry University
2016: Master Science, Biodiversity Conservation, Far Eastern Federal University
2011: Specialist’s degree, World Economy, Baikal National University
Over the past decade, I have been involved in addressing human-wildlife conflicts, managing and mitigating issues related to coexistence and sustainable development, and using spatial analysis to further these goals. As a member of the SILVIS lab, I will continue this work by assessing the value of nature protected areas in preserving ecosystem integrity and supporting human wellbeing.
My other passion is art, particularly painting and music. In my leisure time, I enjoy time with my family, outdoor activities such as hiking, traveling, and water activities.