I am currently a researcher in wildlife population health at the Wildlife Ecology and Health Group (Autonomous University of Barcelona, UAB), Spain. My work is mainly focused on amphibians and chamois.
In 2019, I defended my doctoral thesis "Effects of global change on the diet of a mountain ungulate: the Pyrenean chamois". This study was the result of an agreement between the Wildlife Ecology and Health Group and the French National Hunting and Wildlife Agency (ONCFS) in order to improve international collaboration around issues in the Pyrenees.
Espunyes, J., Espunya, C., Chaves, S., Calleja, J. A., Bartolomé, J., & Serrano, E. (2019). Comparing the accuracy of PCR-capillary electrophoresis and cuticle microhistological analysis for assessing diet composition in ungulates: A case study with Pyrenean chamois. PloS one, 14(5), e0216345 (PDF).