Camille studies how anthropogenic disturbances affect plant-animal interactions in tropical forests. Camille graduated from Harvard University in 2019 with a BA in Integrative Biology and a minor in Environmental Science and Public Policy. Her undergraduate research focused on conservation biology in Madagascar, with a particular emphasis on lemur-mediated dispersal of invasive plants. She also has a keen interest in the human health and wellbeing implications of conservation and has worked on projects ranging from bushmeat hunting to sustainable fisheries.
Prior to coming to Duke, Camille studied mangrove ecology in Ecuador as a Fulbright Student Researcher.