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I am a Senior Researcher in the Natural Resources and the Environment division of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research in Pretoria, South Africa. I have an interest in the management and governance of natural resources, particularly water. My background is in International Politics, and I have been conducting research from the field on water resources for the past 20 years. Lately I have developed an interest in paradigms and theories, and how these influence policy developments in the sphere of water governance and water politics.
Education: University of Coimbra BSc Honours in Physical Geography (1999-2003); University of Algarve PgDip Coastal and Marine Studies (2005-2007); University of Algarve PhD Marine, Earth and Environmental Sciences (2008-2012)
Academic profile: Research assistant (UAlg, 2005-2007); Doctoral fellow (UAlg & UUlster, 2008-2012); Postdoctoral Fellow in Coastal Geomorphology (UAlg & UUlster & UKZN, 2013-2015); Honorary Research Fellow (UKZN, 2014-2019); Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow (UUlster & UKZN, 2016-2019)
My main research interests are in dispersal ecology and landscape connectivity. More broadly, I am interested in habitat selection, the space race between predators and their prey, and movement ecology. I am currently a post-doctoral researcher at the Swiss Ornithological Institute (Vogelwarte). I am also a Honorary Research Fellow at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. For more details about my current and past research, visit fattebert.weebly.com
I am an anaesthesiologist and critical care specialist working at Grey’s Hospital and am a member of the UKZN Perioperative Research Group. I am interested in perioperative medicine and have a PhD on the role of B-type natriuretic peptide in perioperative risk stratification. I completed a research fellowship in perioperative medicine and obtained a Masters in Health Research Methodology from McMaster University, Canada.