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Dr Nibedita Mukherjee

Dr Nibedita Mukherjee
Lecturer in Global Challenges

Marie Jahoda 144

Research area(s)

Biodiversity conservation, expert elicitation, evidence synthesis, science-policy interface, decision making

Research Interests

I am interested in answering questions of global conservation significance. These include reviewing the top 100 questions of global conservation significance, investigating the barriers to evidence use in conservation policy, as well as global change applications such as wolf-dog hybridization, global mangrove fisheries, 30 by 30 analysis, and indigenous knowledge in the Arctic. My expertise in expert-based assessments such as the Delphi technique, has routinely led to requests for my participation in horizon scanning initiatives. 

Research grants and projects

Project details

2019

BES/Defra Policy Fellowship [£20,000]

2017

NERC Innovation Placement fellowship for estimating woodland natural capital [£27,292]

2014–2016

Fondation Wiener Anspach post-doctoral research fellowship [£65,600]

2011–2014

Graduate fellowship awarded by FNRS, Belgium [€64,800]

2008

PhD fellowship awarded by Inlaks Foundation, India [€7,500]