- - Zooarchaeology
- - Palaeogenetics
- - Palaeoecology
- Subsistence and food provisioning at Amara West, a New Kingdom site in northern Sudan
- Study of the Neolithic faunal remains from West Kennet, Wiltshire
- Study of the faunal remains from the Anglo-Saxon site of Burrow Hill, Suffolk
- Taphonomy and Ecology of the Late Quaternary faunal remains from Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire
I gained a BA in Archaology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and an MA in Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy at the University of Sheffield (UK). My PhD research was carried out at the University of Tübingen (Germany) on the effects of environmental/climatic changes on the size of reindeer acrooss western and centtral Europe. After spending two years (1998-2000) as Assistant Curator of Quaternary Mammals at the State Museum of Natural History in Stuttgart (Germany), I took a English-Heritage funded position in Zooarchaeology at the University of Southampton. In 2002-2005 I moved to Oxfrod University for a post-doc on palaeogentics of Pleistocene mammals, a topic I continued to work on 2005-2008 (part time) at the University of Copenhagen. I took my present position at the University of Southampton in 2005.