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Conservation Research Institute



Dr Hannah S. Mumby is Drapers’ Company Junior Research Fellow, Pembroke College. Hannah completed her PhD on how life history of Asian elephants is influenced by environmental factors- including climate and stress. Her current research focuses on male African elephants. Males are possibly less well-understood that females, but understanding them better could be key to conservation of the species, particularly because males may be more likely to be involved in human-elephant conflict. Hannah looks into male sociality, relatedness, vocalisations and other characteristics with the aim of informing conservation strategies.

Teaching and Supervisions


Hannah is an Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong. 

Junior Research Fellow


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