I am a research associate at the Research Institute for Nature and Forest (INBO). Employed at the Department of Management and Sustainable Use, Research Group Wildlife Management. My role is to be the focal point for invasive species matters and to coordinate invasive species activities throughout the scientific community at the institute. Am accustomed to liaising with organizations and institutions in the field of invasive species research and policy and have extensive experience in providing expertise and support in relation to invasive species management and biodiversity in general. Current invasion biology research topics include, among others, sustainable control of invasive amphibian and feral exotic geese populations, invasive weeds, ruddy duck eradication and monitoring, aquatic invasive species, exotic insects used for biological control, invasive species recording, early warning etc. Coordinated European-funded Invexo and RINSE projects on invasive species management and policy. Before worked at the Institute for Nature Conservation where I performed several projects on biodiversity, ecological networks and landscape ecology for different governmental bodies and stakeholders.