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Mara Müller is a PhD candidate in the College of Engineering, IT and Environment and the Research Institute of Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) under the supervision of A/Prof Hamish Campbell, Dr Sam Banks, and Dr Tara Crewe. Her research consists of evaluating the potential of combining individual-based movement data (biotelemetry) and fine-scale genetics to better understand population processes in birds. Mara is German although born and raised in Spain. She holds a Master of Research degree in Biodiversity and Conservation from the University of Leeds (UK) and a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Girona (Spain). She also spent some time working as a research assistant for a Horizon2020 funded EU project (INNOQUA). Her main interests lie in understanding the interactions within and between ecological communities to better understand their vulnerabilities to environmental change.