Mark is a higher education lecturer in Ecology and joined us in January 2018. He specialises in Conservation Ecology (particularly rewilding), Behavioural Ecology, Applied Statistics & Data Methodologies. He is a member of the Royal Science of Biology, has a Protected Species licence and has written and contributed to various publications including:
Edwards, M. (2014) ‘A review of management problems arising from reintroductions of large carnivores’, Journal of young investigators. 27(3), pp. 11–16.
Edwards M. (2014) ‘Gene therapy: current treatment options and likely near-term developments.’, Inquiries Journal, 6(09).
Edwards, M. (no date) ‘Thesis: The population ecology of smooth newts at Riseholme campus’
Turner,L. & Edwards, M. (2021) Moth trapping in rural Northamptonshire, Journal of the Northampton natural history society, 53(286)
Pearce,M. & Edwards, M. (2022) Conservation bird feeders in a Northamptonshire woodland, Journal of the Northampton natural history society, 54(287)
In his spare time he is interested in long distance overland travel and doing research for his PhD.
"What I enjoy most about teaching is teaching the students statistics, conservation ecology at level 6 and dissertation supervision."