My research interests focus on plant and soil interactions, biochar, mycorrhizae and plant interactions and soil quality and fertility.
I received my PhD from University of New England, Australia in March 2017, where I studied the impacts of soil sodicity on mycorrhizal association and nutrient uptake of cotton grown in Australian sodic soils. Between April 2017 and April 2018 I worked for the University of New England as a postdoctoral research fellow. My postdoctoral research examined the chemistry of alkaline soils and the release of P and K from mineral sources in soil.
I joined Karlstad University in May 2018 to take my post as a researcher in FoSBE project where I was responsible to design and conduct growth experiments related to forest-based systems. Now I am part of NärSkog 2 research project where my colleagues and I investigate whether enriched biochar from forest industry residues can be used for fertilization of plants and woodlands.