Camille studies the drivers of structure in plant-animal ecological networks and the consequences of network disturbance for ecosystem functioning. Her research focuses on lemur-plant interactions in the SAVA region of Madagascar.
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.