If it moves it’s potentially interesting! I’m an aquatic ecologist with a behavioural ecological background. My approach to research often focuses on individual animal behavioural decision, performance and success, and generally aims to address higher-order consequences of these behavioural attributes. The higher-order processes include forager group formation and dynamics, spatio-temporal distributions of individuals in populations, impact of interference on individuals, populations and communities, as well as effects of piscivore and prey behaviours on trophic cascades. Recent interests deal with causes and concequences of fish migration, host-parasite interactions, compromised solutions for hydropower and Atlantic eel and salmon, invasive round goby, hybridization and speciation in mosquitofish, individual movement in a landscape of fear, as well as physiological tradeoffs and processes behind inducible defences.